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Common Cents on the Prairie
When it comes to kids and money, you can’t count on a high school personal finance class to teach them everything they need to know.
Do you have questions about tackling student loan debt, funding your child’s college education, or paying off your mortgage early? So do a lot of other people!
Has social media made comparison culture worse? Are we actually just trying to keep up with broke people? On the first-ever episode of Common Cents on the Prairie™, we talked about keeping up with the Joneses.
Have you had the money talk with your significant other, your kids, your family, or your friends yet? We’ve shared a lot about the importance of talking about money on our podcast.
Financial freedom is not just a state of independence — it’s also a mindset. And Heather and Amos Kittelson had the right mindset when they committed to paying off more than $50,000 of debt.
Timing the market. Trading. Rebalancing. If you’re investing, chances are you’re taking part in one or more of these activities. But are you doing any of them right?
Retirement can be exciting — or scary — depending on your circumstances. For those who plan well, account for their anticipated needs, and have a good idea of what to expect, retirement can and should be rewarding!
One of the biggest misconceptions when it comes to investing and financial planning is that you have to have hundreds of thousands or even millions of dollars to do it. That’s simply not true.
Eric and Laryssa Fahrendorf know something about debt. Actually, they know 360,000 somethings about debt. The couple, who have been married for a little more than a year, graduated from chiropractic school with a combined $360,000 in student loan debt.
Common Cents on the Prairie celebrates 10,000 downloads On the fourth floor of the Bank, in a corner office overlooking Downtown Sioux Falls, sits Chief Wealth Management Officer Adam Cox.
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