Can you believe we are near the end of 2018?! Before we officially close out the year, we’ll address our monthly principle. This month, it’s holiday shopping (wisely).
As you know, each month we address one of our principles that were designed to keep financial literacy a priority year-round; each is linked to the National Standards in K-12 Personal Finance Education.
To learn more about the principle, join us for Facebook Live at 3 p.m. ET TODAY (December 11, 2018). Tune in to hear Jump$tart Coalition President and CEO Laura Levine discuss holiday saving and budgeting with John Lanza, creator of The Money Mammals and author of The Art of Allowance by Snigglezoo Entertainment.
If you have questions or ideas to share with us, simply respond to this email or send a note to Laura Levine at firstname.lastname@example.org. And, of course, join us for FB Live and chat with us then.
The Jump$tart Team
Using cash, rather than plastic, helps you avoid mindless spending. Keep cash in an envelope to keep your spending in check.
Give from the Heart
Some of the best gifts are homemade. Baked goods and crafts add a personal touch to the season — while helping you save.