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Unsure where to start? I put the puzzle pieces together and created a financial literacy roadmap for you … {Start Now}

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Join the conversation as I share tips to help you and your family become financially confident ... {Follow Along}

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College Survival Series College Survival Series

Young adults in their 20's hold an average debt of about $45,000, which includes credit cards, student loans, car loans and mortgages … {Read More}

Debt and Your Kids Series Debt and Your Kid Series

Almost 48% of couples with children have credit card balances according to the Federal Reserve Survey of Consumer Finances … {Read More}

Kids and Money Series Kids and Money Series

David Whitebread and Sue Bingham, Univ. of Cambridge behavior experts, report that money habits and beliefs are formed by age 7 … {Read More}

Are Your Kids Financially Confident?
Parents want to give their children the best life possible, but neglect to proactively talk to their kids about money. This is a mistake. Everyone handles money and being able to make confident financial decisions is critical to long-term success. But don't worry—you don't have to figure it out by yourself. Let me be your guide. Start by subscribing to The Heavy Purse Newsletter for my exclusive tips and tools. Plus new posts will be sent to your inbox for free.

About Shannon About Shannon Ryan, CFP

Shannon Ryan, CFP® credits her father for igniting her passion for financial literacy. Today, she is a Mom on a mission to help parents raise financially literate children … {Meet Shannon}

The Heavy Purse Mission The Heavy Purse Mission

To help busy parents teach their children simple, value-based principles that guide their money decisions and support their long-term financial well-being … {Learn More}

Shannon is an experienced and popular public speaker and is available for Radio, Television and Print interviews on children and money and financial literacy ... {Learn More}