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Family Fun on a Budget Part 2

Family Fun on a Budget Part 2

Recently we posted 15 fun family-friendly activities you can do for little to no cost, and are back with 15 more. Please add some of your own ideas in the comments below, and if you like these, share away!   Get Active 1. Ride a Bike – If you don’t have a bike, see if [...]

Children Answer Money Questions

Children Answer Money Questions

We asked some Webster bankers to see what their children knew about money and how it works by asking them simple questions. Some of their answers may surprise you.   Alice, Age 2 If you had lots of money, what would you buy? A kangaroo   How much money does a kangaroo cost? $22   [...]

Uncomfortable Conversations with Your Parents – Let’s Talk About…Money

Uncomfortable Conversations with Your Parents – Let’s Talk About…Money

I don’t know about you, but my teenage years were full of uncomfortable conversations with my parents. Time inevitably adds perspective to these conversations. It is easy to look back and see the value, but I distinctly remember finding these conversations tedious and awkward. I would have rather mowed the lawn any day than have [...]

Help Set Your Children Up for Financial Success

Help Set Your Children Up for Financial Success

While my husband and I are both gainfully employed, my little girl will never have a trust fund. She will not be getting a brand new car for her 16th birthday. She will, eventually, need to get a part-time job to help pay for college. My husband and I have a plan to raise a [...]

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