Financial Leadership

Financial Leadership

People in leadership positions, employ a variety of characteristics and skills to achieve results.  Being a good communicator, having a positive attitude, being passionate, and having expertise in your area of interest certainly are important.  In addition, most...

Thrive Time Challenge

Intro Whether it’s receiving our first allowance, purchasing a home or strengthening a retirement nest egg, the basis for financial literacy and money management begins at home.  Empowering families and households with the confidence they need to understand and tackle...
Entrepreneurship Takes Us to School

Entrepreneurship Takes Us to School

Starting a Business Early Teaches Financial Literacy Managing the finances in your personal life is a lot like running a business, but running a business can be a lot more fun for a teenager or even a younger child. Thus, helping your child to be a young entrepreneur...
Financial Education- Whose Job is it Anyway?

Financial Education- Whose Job is it Anyway?

  Many parents have found out the hard way that their children never learned about finances in grade school, high school, or even college.  While some schools do offer some level of instruction on money, it’s never a safe assumption that the schools will teach your...

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