The money mindfulness worksheet (referenced in the above video) not only helps you track your expenses but also gives you a space to consider how much of a priority a given purchase is.
Want to get your children more engaged in managing their money? Check out Kiboo and let us know what you think. We'd be thrilled to hear your thoughts! Do your teens and twenty-year-olds like it? And what do you think of the "Parent Dashboard" tool?
EARN Financial Services Associate Tatiana Siegenthaler explains how the compound interest you earn by putting your money in a savings account can help "grow your money".
Personal finance site Bankrate.com offers a wide variety of calculators to help with budgeting and savings. Use these tools to:
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