In a perfect world, schools would never need to raise money. They would all be fully funded, able to provide their students with all the programs and activities they could ever want. Teachers would have all the supplies they need, students would have access to every necessary resource, and principals and administrators would never have to stare at a budget and wonder how they are going to make everything work. Continue reading 14 School Fundraising Ideas That Don’t Involve Asking Grandma For Money
Tilt.com was launched in 2012 as a crowdfunding platform by James Beshara and Khaled Hussein. Beshara, a development economist who graduated from Wake Forest University before working in microfinance and micro-insurance, was the company’s CEO. Hussein was then working with Rackspace, the Texas-based cloud computing company. The two worked together to develop a platform that would enable peer-to-peer payments (Source). Continue reading What Happened to Tilt.com?
Getting married is one of the biggest moments of your life, and often it leads to a couple other major decisions, too–like deciding to buy a house, or deciding to have kids. This Madison credit union has some great advice for preparing financially. Continue reading How To Prepare Financially For Your Wedding
Probably no area of people’s lives has received more media attention than advice about money matters and financial health. There was a time when Money Magazine was the go-to publication for people looking for investment and spending advice. Continue reading The 10 Most Important Articles Published in Money Magazine
The world is changing fast as new technologies alter the way that we live our lives. We now have technologies that are reminiscent of the 1950’s vision of the future. We have cars that can drive themselves, virtual reality, and high-functioning robots. Continue reading Everything You Need To Know About Digital Banking and Digital Currencies
Pets! Whether you’re a dog person or a cat person, you really can’t go wrong by adding a critter to your clan–or starting to build your clan with one. I bet the first thing that comes to mind when considering getting a pet isn’t a special savings account in Madison for expenses. Continue reading How to Financially Prepare for a New Pet
Taking care of your health: It can be extremely expensive, and extremely stressful to think about. Here at DCCU, a local Madison credit union, we can’t do much to improve your physical health, but we can show you how to potentially alleviate some of your health care cost-related anxieties. Continue reading Quick Tips to Help Reduce Medical Costs
Giving makes the world go round. But it isn’t about who can offer the most money, clothes or time. Any bit you can spare helps. Many people feel like they can’t spare anything. But whether you’re donating food, used goods, money or time, your contributions DO make a difference. Continue reading Donating Money Makes Good Sense
People get into financial trouble for many different reasons. The good thing is that there are a variety of ways of getting out of a financial hole. The most important thing to remember is that you are not alone, especially at this Madison credit union. Continue reading Climbing Out Of A Financial Hole – A Personal Story
There’s a giant world out there just full of things to explore — countries you’ve never been to, oceans you’ve never swam in, foods you’ve never eaten. You read about these places, you see them on TV, and you enviously scroll through endless Instagram feeds of strangers traveling to these distant lands. Continue reading Travel Hacking Simplified: Can You Really Fly For Free?