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New Kabbage Data Shows 85 Percent of Small Business Owners Believe They Achieved the American Dream

Kabbage, Inc. , a global financial services, technology and data platform serving small businesses, released data today showing 85 percent of small business owners believe being your own boss and owning a business is achieving the American Dream. A nearly identical 84 percent of more than 1,000 U.S. small business owners hope their children one…

How to Keep Summer Low-Tech and Your Kids Engaged

For most kids, summer is a time of freedom – from classrooms, strict schedules and the general humdrum of the school year. But summer also means more time for devices and gadgets, which can sometimes get in the way of how kids engage with the (real) world around them. Now that we’re already more than a…

5 Fun Ways To Teach Your Kids About Money: Part 3

5. Charitable Activities Teaching your kids how to give to others while on a budget is something that will help them learn various skills and allow them to feel a sense of purpose and pride. Here are some unique ways kids can learn about money and give back: Kids Boost There’s an organization in Atlanta,…

Creating the Ultimate Outdoor Movie Night

Memories are made in the summertime! At least that’s how it’s always been in my family. Everyone has more free time, is a little more relaxed, and is in a better mood when it’s beautiful outside. That’s why I’m going to try to convince you to do everything you can to pull off a (mostly)…

Kids4Community Raises Thousands for Detained Children

Kids4Community, a 501c3 non profit, raised thousands of dollars to help detained children while cleaning up the oceanfront. Hundreds of volunteers joined Kids4Community over the past weekend, to help kids separated by their families, while doing community work. For every pound of trash collected, the organization donated $50 for kids that are affected by immigration…

Six Simple Ways to Use Storytelling as Teaching Tools

Stories are spectacularly successful learning tools. Many studies show that children whose parents tell and/or read stories to them from an early age turn out to be better readers and students later on. Furthermore, you are twenty times more likely to remember information if you learn it in a story than if you learn it…

5 Fun Ways To Teach Your Kids About Money: Part 2

Experian put together a list of five fun ways to teach kids about money, which will help them with financial literacy—and help parents so the kids aren’t living with us forever. Here is part 2 of this 3 part series. Board Games  By keeping these around your house, your kids can play games with the family…

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