Recent from Secret Millionaires Club Secret Millionaires Club: The Big Trade-Off
In “The Big Trade-Off”, Warren Buffett teaches the Secret Millionaires Club that you should never trade your reputation for anything, and he means ANYTHING. Amen, brother Buffett. Reputations don’t get the respect they once had. Many are put at risk these days with little thought to the...
Recent from A Girl Needs Cash Victoria Woodhull For President!
Victoria Woodhull was a woman born ahead of her time. She co-founded the first female-owned brokerage firm on Wall Street, became a candidate for President of the United States when women didn’t have the right to vote, was the first female owner/editor of a newspaper, and became a powerful leader of the...
Recent from The Centsables The Centsables: Now in Spanish!
The Centsables always has great news to share. Their latest accomplishment confirms their ongoing commitment to improving the financial literacy of all U.S. youth: a Spanish language version of the cool Centsables website for kids ages 6-12 has just launched. Muy bueno! According to the latest U.S....
Recent from M@dAbout TV M@dAbout Dustin Brown!
Sometimes it’s hard to separate an actor from the memorable characters he brings to life. “I’m pretty used to playing zany characters and doing whatever it takes to get a laugh,“ says Dustin Brown, best known to M@dFans as the characters Lord GuyGuy the accountant (and semi-professional Lady...

September is National Library Card Sign-up Month

Did you know that September is National Library Card Sign-up Month? Neither did we until recently, and hanging out at our local library is a favorite pastime here at The Money Clubhouse!  Started in September 1988 by the American Library Association, National Library Card Sign-up Month is a yearly reminder to parents that the most important school supply is at your local...

Money Minutes Recap: A Parent’s Guide to Insuring a Teen Driver

The moment your teen driver hits the road your auto insurance premium will take a detour to the moon. Read about how to keep your auto insurance rate as low as possible, what you misunderstood about your credit card agreement and the ways your friends are putting you at risk online. 6 Surprises Hidden in the Credit Card Act You already read the fine print. Here’s what it...

College Cram: Student Loan Defaults Keep Rising

The looming tsunami of student loan defaults could make the mortgage crisis seem like a financial snoozer. Find out which college students are walking away from their debts, the other “freshman 15” to avoid and one more reason why U.S. taxpayers should be outraged. Student Loan Defaults Keep Rising Students and graduates at for-profit schools are in the most trouble. Six...