Did you know? Thousands of financial literacy resources have been developed for young people. But virtually none are based on teaching the most critical financial literacy skill: they don't teach skepticism.
There's a lot at stake these days, maybe more than ever before, so we have to stay vigilant against attempts to sway us without our knowledge and against our will.
Recently, I found myself thinking of what the future may bring, and how the current pandemic will impact that. Right now, things are very uncertain for most of us.
Hey!!! What is the coronavirus? Why is everybody talking about it? And why do I have to stay at home? Like everybody around you, I bet you have a gazillion questions!
There's broke, and then there's "digging through your couch cushions for change to buy groceries" broke. I've been both more than once in my life, and I quickly learned the difference between "needs" ...
Crisis and disaster headlines typically generate misinformation and scammers try to take advantage of the situation. The novel coronavirus is no different.
My doctor's office called...Well, I think it was my doctor's office. Who called me doesn't matter, all I know is I'm gonna get free medical testing and save a ton of money. My appointment is at noon.
Coronavirus is impacting all facets of life. There are some good charities out there helping. There are also scam charities popping up all the time.