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Your Child’s Friendly Neighborhood Bank

January 3, 2014 • 2014, Big Kids, January 2014, Money Matters, Teens and Pre-TeensComments (0)

YOUR CHILD’S FRIENDLY NEIGHBORHOOD BANK: Community banking can help make your kids money smart. by Matthew Terry Kids love advertising. And advertisers love kids. Advertising drives many of the perceptions held by our youth on everything from society in general to the kind of breakfast cereal they think they prefer. However, when it comes to banking...

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Dad’s View: Bank of Manhattan’s Nate Kuchera

November 27, 2013 • 2013, Community, December 2013, Money Matters, People & ProfilesComments (0)

Mortgage companies have dropped off like flies in the last few years, and you have to figure that those left standing are doing so because they’re doing something right. Many mortgage lenders work as if they are in it for the one-time payoff, and are...

Irreplaceable You

November 27, 2013 • 2013, December 2013, Expert Advice, Money MattersComments (0)

Over the years my wife and I, already the parents of our own four great kids, ended up being blessed with kids from friends and family whose circumstances led to their children moving into the First Church of Chaos – our family home. Health accidents,...

Ways to Save for College: Comparing Popular Options

November 27, 2013 • 2013, Babies, Big Kids, December 2013, Expert Advice, Money Matters, Teens and Pre-Teens, ToddlersComments (0)

How expensive will college be tomorrow? The Department of Education projects that by 2030, the tuition cost of obtaining a four-year degree at a public university will surpass $200,000. Staggering? Indeed, but college is plenty expensive already. In 2012,...