How to build true human wealth and pass it onto future generations.
What if you took the time to document your parent’s lives? How much do you think you know about them … how much, besides your own memories do you have to pass down to your family? What if you could get together with your entire extended family and document their lives? What impact would this have on your family connection?
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Solving problems in life sometimes requires creative thinking. The Donkey story is about thinking outside the box.
How to gather your knowledge, skills, and experiences and create integrity, wisdom, virtue, and fraternity within you and your family's lives.
What if your family vacation had a purpose? How much could you teach each other about life and living? ...about sharing and giving? ...about your families heritage and values? Would this impact your families closeness?
How to unite your family through planning, preparing and executing community service.
By uniting your family with a common charity or organization it will bring you closer and provide you with opportunities to grow together while planning, preparing and executing your community service.
How to plan and implement a economic and financial strategy guided by your core values.
A brief survey of how the affluent manage their home equity. Learn how you can benefit from their knowledge and experience.
An overview on money management published by the Federal Reserve Bank.
Learning the detailed ins and outs of economic, taxation, and financial planning strategies.
This Working Paper published by the Federal Reserve Bank of Chicago concludes that by accelerating mortgage payments instead of stashing money in tax-deferred accounts, more than one in three Americans are making the "wrong choice," and are giving up potentially important arbitrage gains which would put substantially more money in their retirement savings.
Whether you are buying a house or refinancing your mortgage, this information can help you decide if an interest-only mortgage payment (an I-O mortgage)--or an adjustable-rate mortgage (ARM) with the option to make a minimum payment (a payment-option ARM)--is right for you.
Ever wondered about the difference between compound and simple interest—and how you can benefit? This brochure from the Federal Reserve Bank teaches you the basics of banks, savings, mortgages, and interest. Learn what factors determine interest rates.
The Federal Reserve Bank details five important steps for protecting your checking account.
The Federal Reserve Bank details five important steps to protect and improve your credit scores.