Youth Money Management Goes Hand-in-Hand With Youth Employment

A teen's first job provides a great opportunity to shape positive financial habits Many teens think about how they can earn money so they can spend it, but it?s important to learn how to manage it as well. The best place to start is with a bank account. Once you land that new job, you should establish a bank account to keep track of your new earnings and keep it safe. This one step will open the door for hands-on experience managing money and discussions with others on various aspects of financial management, which will help prepare for the future.

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Home Ownership in the Digital Age

Technology is a powerful tool. It can save time (via mobile payments) and money (comparison shopping has never been easier), and now it's becoming a routine source of information, in the purchase or sale of a home.

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Phishing: Don't Take the Bait!

Phishing scams typically involves emails, texts or calls that come from seemingly trusted sources that attempt to trick victims into clicking a link or handing over personal information. Once a scammer has the information, they can use it to steal the victim?s money, identity or gain access to their computer.

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Tax Season and Your Refund Options

Changes in banking technology make managing your refund safer and easier than ever Here are a few tips to ensure that your refund arrives as quickly and safely as possible as well as some ideas on how to get the most out of your money when it does.

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