There are different components of being money smart. They include the concept of saving, of goal setting, and making your money work for you. Money smart means knowing that instant gratification isn’t always as satisfying as it might be, and saving for something you really want can pay off in ways that you just cannot imagine.
An exciting period in the nineteen hundred at the the turn of the century. The Cormack's now a wealthy Irish family controlling a vast empire are troubled by events perpetrated by them in the past in their homeland. The American girl looking for love with all its twists and turns - does she find it?
Short on cash? Worried about retirement? Not sure how to pay for college? Join the crowd! These challenges trouble most Americans, but few have time to read internet sites or books filled with complicated financial advice. Here Kathy covers basic concepts of money including insurance & taxes, financial traps to avoid, paying for college & tech school, & the bright future for blue collar jobs.