Saturday, March 15, 2014
Get your mind in the game - learning how to save, invest, donate and spend money takes time, dedication and focus. Its more fun when you know. Start by watching the videos right here on this blog to get you thinking. Go Team! Coach Brett Ellen
Tuesday, February 25, 2014
Friday, May 3, 2013
Chances are you know someone who is graduating in the coming weeks. A good time to think about your own planning for higher education. Meet with your school counselor to map out a plan of what you need to do now to get started - things like knowing which classes to take, when to apply for scholarships and grants and the type of school you want to go to. It has been estimated that a year of college costs about $30K. Start a plan. Go Team! Brett Ellen, The Kids Finance Coach
Thursday, May 2, 2013
Make every second count. Do the things you love, keep learning, and make your money work for you. Fun fact: it takes about 993,600 seconds to count 1 million dollar bills - that is about eleven and a half days. Go Team! Brett Ellen, The Kids Finance Coach.
Wednesday, May 1, 2013
Money...it's personal. No matter how you look at it money is personal. How you want to live your life is up to you. So take control. Early on. Know how to save, invest, donate and spend your money. Click on the videos right here on this site to get you thinking. No matter what, its up to you...it's personal. Go Team! Brett Ellen, The Kids Finance Coach
Tuesday, April 30, 2013
A great quote I want to share again...it will get you thinking. "It is better to TELL your money where to go than to ASK where it went." April is Financial Literacy Month and keep learning how to save, invest, donate, and spend your money right here on this site and at places like www.afn-net.com. Go Team! Brett Ellen, The Kids Finance Coach.
Thursday, April 25, 2013
There is more treasure in books than in all the pirates' loot on the Treasure Island - Walt Disney. Walt said it best. It's School Library Month...a good reason to celebrate the treasure in books. Stay curious. Go Team! Brett Ellen, The Kids Finance Coach