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September 26, 2018  

How Much Does it Take to Feel Wealthy?

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Is there more to life than accumulating money?  Join us for a discussion on a Charles Schwab survey about wealth in America. Interestingly the most common responses about what it takes for people to feel wealthy have nothing to do with money.

Read the Compass Catholic blog for more on being wealthy versus feeling wealthy.

September 5, 2018  

Money and Generation Z

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The post millennial generation is going their own way in how they earn and spend money. Part time gigs, flexible hours and non-traditional jobs are more important that a traditional full time career. They avoid credit cards and use debit cards instead, and hopefully understand the differences. Being digitally savvy, they prefer online banking and investing but many not realize the difference between an online bank and a brick and mortar bank that is FDIC insured. Debt avoidance is good, but what happens when there is no credit history and they try to get a mortgage?

Join the Compass Catholic blog for more on Money and Gen Z.

August 29, 2018  

How to Manage Money in Your 20’s

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Managing money well is not complex but it can be difficult if you aren’t paying attention to income and spending. Join us for tips on how to manage money well while you are in your 20’s. Your 50 year old self will thank you.

The Compass Catholic blog has more about millennial money management.

July 11, 2018  

Apps are a Great Tool for Beginning Investors

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Are you just beginning to think about the future and start an investment strategy? If so, apps are a great way to start on a small and simple scale and we’ve found two apps to get you started.

The Compass Catholic blog has more about a beginning investment strategy, including what you should have in place before investing. The sooner you get started, the more your money will grow over time.

May 9, 2018  

What teens need to know about money

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Teens are close to adulthood and the more you can teach them about being a responsible adult the better off they will be when they leave home for the first time. If they don’t know how to manage money, or the impact of running up credit card debt, or how to put money aside for an emergency, they will be financially vulnerable.

Every time mom and dad bail them out as teenagers is one more time you’ll have to bail them out when they are an adult.

We’ll share the things teens need to know about money in order to become a responsible, fully functioning adult. Also check out our blog for ideas about what to teach them before they leave home.

April 4, 2018  

Millennial Money Matters

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Student loan debt, a challenging job market, and lack of savings can all mean a dismal financial future for millennials, but there's good news and bad news.

The National Institute for Retirement Security reports that 45% of millennials do not meet the eligibility requirements to participate in an employer sponsored retirement plan.

At the same time, they are much better at staying out of credit card debt than preceding generations according to a Bankrate.com survey.

Listen in and check out our blog to learn more about millennials and money matters.