Royal Neighbors Must Reads

Must Reads

  • Save or Spend

    Monthly Money Calendar

    Financial Education, Retirement, Saving
    Dec 14, 2015
    With our busy lives, where would we be without our lists and our calendars? If you have completed your Monthly Money Calendar for the first half of 2016, it’s time to plan for the rest of the year so you end it on a positive note.
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  • Holiday Shopping

    Save on holiday shopping this year

    Financial Education, Budgeting, Saving
    Nov 5, 2015
    According to the National Retail Federation, Americans expect to spend an average of $463 on family members during the 2015 holiday season. This is up from $458 last year and the highest in survey history.
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  • Cats vs Dogs

    Who's Reigning - Cats or Dogs?

    Benefits of Membership
    Oct 29, 2015
    Whether you are an advocate of “man’s best friend” or the mindset “cats rule, dogs drool,” the debate of whether dogs or cats make the better pet was a question posed to several Royal Neighbors employees.
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  • Cynthia Tidwell Painting during Board Project 2015

    Corporate Social Good - Play Nice or Else!

    Giving Back, Cynthia Tidwell
    Oct 2, 2015
    “Be nice or no one will play with you,” is more than a playground warning. Companies and organizations are finding out the hard way the same rule applies for conducting business.
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  • Piggy Bank

    Top 5 Best Practicies of Savvy Donors

    Sep 28, 2015
    “She works hard for the money” is more than the title of a 1980s disco hit; it’s a tribute to those who work hard for a living. That’s why savvy donors do a little research to ensure their charitable dollars are well spent.
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  • Family Life Stage

    Insurance Needs Change with Life Events

    Life Insurance, Financial Education
    Sep 15, 2015
    When it comes to life insurance, it is not only helpful to learn what to get, but when to get it. To simplify the choices, Royal Neighbors outlines five life stages with life insurance and annuity options. The life stages include: Starting Out, Family, Empty Nesters, Retirement, and On Your Own.
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  • Money in Notebooks

    Back to School Financial Checkup

    Financial Education, Saving
    Aug 18, 2015
    School will be back in session soon. Even if your classroom pursuits are behind you the onset of another school year is a great time to check your financial status. Read the bullets below to see if you feel confident enough to go to the head of the class, or if it’s time to reflect, review and revise. Let’s begin.
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  • Family Eating Dinner Together

    Who's At Your Dinner Table

    Parenting, Family
    Jul 22, 2015
    There was a time when almost every family gathered around the dinner table each and every night and shared a meal together. It was an expectation---the entire family was present. For many of us life’s most important lessons were learned during spaghetti or taco night – lessons like sharing, saving for important events, and giving back.
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  • Millennial Couple

    Millennial Couple Learned Valuable Money Lessons

    Jul 8, 2015
    You can learn a great deal about people from their resumes. Brittany and Jamie Robbins read between the lines and gained a valuable life lesson. While in their 20s (both are now 30) the married couple discovered firsthand how many men and women were forced to work in their 60s and 70s because they did not have enough money to retire.
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