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Talking about money with kids isn’t always easy. But you can use a holiday like Halloween to get creative and start that important conversation. Financial professional Mindy McIntosh talks with WJRT on Sunday, October 29th in the 9AM hour about four ways kids can learn valuable money lessons this Halloween. Halloween isn’t a holiday focused […]

Family Conversations: Financial Hardship & Life Changes When is the last time you talked about your insurance plan with your family? If you’re assuming that you should just take care of it yourself and avoid the conversation, think again. It can be hard to talk about what life would be like for your family if […]

Every kid wants to sport the latest supplies while walking the halls in style. How to save when shopping for back to school: 1. Set a Budget – Start with a budget, and a budget is only as good as the paper it’s written on. Once you know what your budget is, you have a […]

Fun activities in the summer can turn into wonderful teaching tools and they keep everyone in the family active! Create a scrub-a-dub toy wash. Trying to do your own spring cleaning? Get the kids involved with a toy wash. Bring out all the bikes, trikes, trucks and more and run them through the hose, sprinkler […]

Every parent wants to see their children succeed academically, socially and financially too! But a recent study found that 69% of parents are reluctant to talk their children about money. Financial professional Mindy McIntosh talks with Michigan’s WJRT about how we can make finances less taboo and more “can do” and help our children be […]

From childcare… to college… to cell phone bills, moms pay a steep price for their bundles of joy. And that’s one of the reasons we set aside one day every year to say thank you to mom. With mother’s day approaching, financial professional Mindy Mcintosh talks with FOX66 Profitt Report and breaks down the price […]

Mindy McIntosh joins WSMH Profitt Report talking about a new analysis that says childcare is pricier than college on average in the U.S.