What do you wish you would’ve known when you were younger? Everyone has something—most people have a whole list. When you’re just starting out, you make decisions based on your limited knowledge of the world and learn from the consequences. But what if you had a little help? That’s where On Your Own comes in.

Parker Davis, A Studious SaverLatest Post: November 11, 2015

10 Minutes With… A Studious Saver

Parker Davis's parents support him financially while he is in college but he has been wisely budgeting to cover the additional expenses of college life.

About Tenderfoots

So, you’re a Tenderfoot.

Tenderfoots are still developing their financial identity and forming their approach to making decisions about their finances. It may be that until now Tenderfoots have not had many opportunities to make their own financial decisions. This can be the case if someone has made those decisions for them or if they have not had their own money up until this point. In order to start setting their own financial course, Tenderfoots will need to gather information about the types of decisions they will be expected to make, the options available in those decisions, and the pros and cons of those options.

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Giving Thanks

Posted by workingmom Sunday, November 29 at 12:40 PM

i am thankful for my family and for living in the United States. we traveled to Mexico this week. it...

Thanksgiving Dinner

Posted by workingmom Sunday, November 29 at 12:37 PM

everyone brings something. i think that is what most families do nowadays?