From TeensGotCents One of the biggest goals I have for myself is to go to college without taking out any loans. Considering how much tuition costs, that’s going to be tough! So my first step was to get to...
From TeensGotCents If you are opening an account for the first time, it can seem a little complicated and intimidating so I documented my experience a few years ago to show you just how easy it is! Thanks to...
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From TeensGotCents It really wasn’t until I began working on TeensGotCents that I started understanding better what a credit union is and how it is different from a bank. On the surface they seem pretty much the same. They...
From TeensGotCents One way that teens can make good money is by starting your own business. Most people talk about babysitting, pet sitting, mowing lawns, etc. because those are services many families need and teens are able to fill...
From TeensGotCents   Over the years, I have lost and/or broken so many pairs of sunglasses. I mean I lose or break a pair like once a month. It’s ridiculous. Sunglasses at places like Target can cost up to...
My name is Eva. I’m nineteen years old, a college freshman, and have a personal finance blog for teens. Yes. I am aware that I’m a nerd. Thanks for noticing…   Over at TeensGotCents  you will find information on getting...
Tracking your daily spending is the best way for you to get ahold of your finances and start making headway on the goals you have. Click below for a printable Personal Money Journal for you to keep track of...
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Test your financial literacy. Why? Because without a good handle on personal finances, we make poor spending decisions, don’t save for emergencies, max out several credit cards, pay higher interest rates, have our identities stolen, make poor investment choices,...