Financial Fairness for Women

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*Editors Note: This article was first published in Impact, the digital news source of the American Council of Life Insurers. By Joann Waiters and Jan Graeber The latest data shows that the life...

Talking about Money with Kids

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By Mississippi Treasurer David McRae Throughout April, as part of Financial Education Month, I have been writing about ways families can improve their financial literacy and savings skills....

Guest Column: Financial Literacy Matters, Especially Now

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By Arizona Treasurer Kimberly Yee April is Financial Literacy Month – a time dedicated to creating awareness about the importance of wise money management. The unusual circumstances of...

Interviews are Like First Dates–Tips to Find the Job You are Passionate About

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By Pamela Kleibrink Thompson You might view the first interview with an employer as a first date. Both of you are trying to figure out whether to begin...

Finding a Fresh Start in the Kitchen

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By Amber Pankonin For many of us, 2020 caused us to experience kitchen fatigue like never before. With restaurants closing and more of us staying at home because...

Setting Goals and Bag of Money Game

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By Chloe and Andrea Pullan Hey guys! I am excited to talk to you about setting goals! When I think about setting goals, I think about what is...

A Staycation = More Relaxation

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By Shannon Santschi One of my family’s most memorable and enjoyable vacations took place in our own backyard—literally! When my husband and I were itching for a holiday...

For Job Hunters: Landing Your Dream Job

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By Judy Carter Landing your dream job can be stressful. Add a pandemic and it may seem impossible.  Keep a few tips in mind as you seek your...

SWSM Career Focus: Professional Organizing

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By Catherine Martinez Do you have a knack for organization, a passion for helping others, and the desire to be your own boss? Professional organizing may be the...

Presidents Day: Lessons from Polk, Pierce, Harrison, and Taft that Could Help Us Today

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By Sarah Wall Although it's one of America's oldest holidays, first established in 1800 to commemorate George Washington's birthday, Presidents' Day is also a quieter one, without much...
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