Federal Student Aid tips
Eric Wasson, Vice President of Business Development at Hefty Wealth Partners in Indianapolis, has compiled tips for students and families filing the FAFSA
End of the year planning Tips
Eric Wasson, Vice President of Business Development, Hefty Wealth Partners has 5 tips that will help with your end of year financial planning.
Andrew McGee, manager of Commuter Connect explains how easy it is to save time and money by using alternate modes of transportation. Commuter Connect is an on
The Piggy Bank
Pete the Planner is joined by his daughter Ollie as they teach you various uses of the greatest financial tool in history: the piggy bank.
The Ideal household Budget
Pete the Planner says now is a good time to take a look at your household budget. Pete says using his pie chart to carve out percentages of your monthly
Coupons can save your vacation
Your coupon/saving habits don't have to go on vacation just because your family is. Lacy Ingram of Teach Me How to Coupon, teaches us the importance of
How to deal with different money backgrounds
How to deal with different money backgrounds? Pete the Planner has tips on how to prevent marriage trouble by learning about your spouses childhood money
Money Smart Week
Money Smart Week® ( MSW) is a series of free classes and activities designed to help consumers better manage their personal finances. MSW partners will be
Saving for College
When it comes to saving for college as parents you need to start immediately! The cost of getting an education is growing and the sooner you put a plan in
How to spend less at the grocery
Pete the Planner has tips how to save money at the grocery store. If you are like most people, you're looking at all your spending habits and wanting to save
Budgeting for Spring Break
Pete the Planner has tips for planning for and saving money while on vacation. As much as you might not what to do it, Pete recommends making out a budget and
Paying for the wedding
Pete the Planner covers the financial aspects of getting married and gives us all tips on how to plan a wedding without going broke.
60 Days to Change
Pete the Planner is starting his 60 days to change program again on April 1st. Pete explains how it works and tells viewers how they can get a free book.
Financial Worries of Moms
The economics of being a stay at home parent are multifaceted and require a plan from budgeting, partner communication and more. Pete the Planner breaks down
New online financial web series
Pete the Planner discuss his new online web series, The Molly Project. So with Molly’s permission, Pete is going to fix her financial life together, right on
How much should you spend on clothing?
How much should you spend on clothing? When you consider the family budget and all the other expenses how much should you spend on what you wear. Pete the