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What’s Your Teen’s Money IQ?

What’s Your Teen’s Money IQ?

| September 19, 2013 | 0 Comments

Does your teen have a good sense of how to handle his money? Does she spend her allowance too fast and then beg for more? Will a part-time job interfere with school? Increase your teen’s money IQ! Making sure your teens are smart about managing money, and being able to wisely budget what they do […]

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Scholarships Can Add Up to Big College Savings

Scholarships Can Add Up to Big College Savings

| September 19, 2013 | 0 Comments

With college costs at an all-time high and continuing to rise, it makes sense for students to apply for as many scholarships as possible. April Bell, Director at the College Board, explains, “Applying for scholarships may seem like a daunting process to students, especially for those already busy getting applications together for college. But for […]

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Teachers Spend Personal Money on Educational Products

Teachers Spend Personal Money on Educational Products

| July 11, 2013 | 134 Comments

The supplies and tools required for teaching students the best and most updated information can sometimes cost a small fortune. But, did you ever think about exactly how much money goes towards receiving your education? We understand how much money it costs us to pay for our education; did you ever think how much money […]

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Viewpoint: Parenting Advice from a College Kid

Viewpoint: Parenting Advice from a College Kid

| June 30, 2013 | 1 Comment

It might seem strange for a person who isn’t even thinking about parenthood to write advice in a parenting article. Yet I may offer some of the best parenting advice you’re not hearing, because I’m offering advice from the perspective of your kids. There are a lot of parenting books, magazines and advice columns out […]

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A New Approach to Treating Teen Anxiety

A New Approach to Treating Teen Anxiety

| May 30, 2013 | 38 Comments

Research suggests that anxiety is high among teenagers, affecting their mental health and predisposing them to mental health diseases, such as depression and schizophrenia, and personality disorders, as well as poor physical health. Worried teenagers perform worse in school, sports, and social interactions, three major components of daily teenage life and, coincidentally, three of the […]

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