When I Grow Up Essay Contest Enters 8th Year

Jan 13 2015
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On January 9th, State Treasurer John Perdue kicked off the 8th annual When I Grow Up essay contest at Mountain View Elementary School. Sponsored by the SMART529 college savings program, the essay contest is a highly successful initiative to encourage ...

Financial strategies for single parents

Dec 18 2014
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 For most single parents, it’s more important than ever to have a spending plan and to make sure you are setting aside money for emergency savings. While most people think of a budget as limiting and painful, it can actually be liberating to learn how to make the most of what you bring in. Here are some tips to get you started.

Financial realities for college graduates

Dec 12 2014
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So you just received your college degree and you’re ready to take on  the world. It’s a great plan, but the realities of life on your own can be less  than ideal. Especially when it comes to financial obligations. To help you prepare, here is a list of common “eye-opening” potential  problems and how you can avoid falling into these financial land mines.
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