Money + Meaning Blog
The school supply aisles are stocked. Teachers have posted shopping lists. Families are flocking to stores in anticipation of fall. But this is more than a season for a shopping frenzy. It’s a time for all of us to consider new ways we can support schools in our community.
The graduation season is fast approaching. With each day that passes, anticipation grows of the gifts and money a graduate will receive in celebration of their achievement. It’s crucial to plan ahead to maximize graduation cash before your young person dashes off to whatever lies ahead.
Last year I received an invitation to join an investment club. I jumped at the opportunity. Why was I so eager? This wasn’t just a group of people pooling investment dollars. It was a cooperative investment club and would focus on supporting co-ops in my community and region.
Did you know the average American adult buys a meal or snack from a restaurant 5.8 times a week and more than 30% of children eat fast food on any given day?
Americans are eating out more than ever. Why? It’s about fun and socializing. It’s a chance to relax. Sometimes we simply haven’t...
One of the questions I’m asked frequently as I travel the country is “Do I need a financial advisor?”
Many individuals and couples like the idea of tackling a variety of projects with a confident do-it-yourself mentality. However, I’ve found that DIY financial planning has its limitations...