Teaching kids about money is important but can feel overwhelming. We visited Junior Achievement of South Central PA and asked staff to share their best tips for making it fun.
It’s common to turn to parents for advice. To celebrate Mother’s Day, we asked community members to share the best money advice they’ve received from their moms.
What would you do with an extra $1,000? We visited the Pennsylvania Farm Show to ask community members how they’d use the extra cash.
Winter break is a time to catch up with friends and family. We visited Susquehanna University to find out how students enjoy their time off without breaking the bank.
Grandparents give the best advice. To celebrate Grandparents Day in 2017, we visited one of UCC Home’s senior living communities to ask for their best advice about money.
Thinking about moving off campus? Use our worksheet to help decide if it’s the right financial fit for you.
Trying to get your finances on track? Our budgeting worksheet can help you get started.
Dreaming of a summer vacation? We visited Strawberry Square to learn how people are saving for their favorite trips.
Did you know going green can save you green? We visited the Pennsylvania Recreation & Park Society, Inc. to learn more.
We all know kids give the best advice, so we stopped by a local classroom to hear what they had to say about money.
Looking for ways to increase your savings? We visited a local bookstore to get tips from community members.
Trying to decide on a financial goal for the New Year? We stopped by the Pennsylvania Farm Show to learn about community members’ New Year’s resolutions.
Feeling stressed out about the holidays? We visited a local business to see how far their employees had gotten on their holiday to-do lists.
Looking for ways to save on holiday shopping? We visited a local business to collect their employees’ top tips for saving on holiday spending.
Do you know the difference between a credit union and a bank? We visited a local coffee shop to see what our community knew.
Did you know most financial aid “refunds” contain student loan money that has to be paid back after graduation?
Creating a budget is the first step to getting your finances on track.
With billions of dollars stolen from consumers each year, it’s more important than ever to know how to protect yourself and your money from identity theft and fraud.
Check out five ways to create summer memories without building more debt.
If you rely on plastic for your purchases, it’s important to know how to protect yourself.
Ask yourself these four questions before taking on a “DIY” project.
If you’re dreaming of owning your own small business, this is how you can get started.
Are good deals always good? In some situations, saving money may be costing you.
Learn how sharing too much with “friends” now can cause a financial or identity theft nightmare later.
There’s a lot of misinformation floating around out there. Arm yourself with the facts.
You may know a credit score is important, but do you know how it’s calculated?
Nixing these all-too-common habits can lead to big savings.
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