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It’s Time To Admit It … We’re Stupid About Money

In Blog by Gregg Murset

Every day I see more and more evidence that we’re totally stupid when it comes to money, and I’m not sure we’re going to get smarter any time soon. For example, according to the National Foundation for Credit Counseling’s (NFCC) “2015 Consumer Financial Literacy Survey”, 41% of adults gave themselves grades C, D or F with regard to their personal finance knowledge, 29% have not saved anything for retirement, 34% have no savings, 60% do …

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Chores Do More Than Keep Your House Clean

In Blog by Mike Prusinski

Growing up, my Dad would always tell me “You don’t understand it right now, but doing your chores is good for you.” How in the world was it good for me? Sure, I received a small weekly allowance (small by today’s standard) but there was no way that cleaning my room, mowing the grass or taking out the trash, was linked to some bigger plan. Right? No way! Well, guess what … It now appears …