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You might be tempted to run out and buy a Kindle but before you do, make sure they are worth the expense.
Saving Money for College may mean the difference between a student going to college and not going to college. Learn about saving money for college using 529 plans.
If you’re new here, you may want to subscribe to my RSS feed. Thanks for visiting!Debt often starts during the college years. It is during this time a student is faced with many additional expenses as well as transitioning from their dependence on parents. These costs include tuition, food, clothing, books, car, housing, and much [...]
We live in a materialistic world today. More and more ads are geared towards children. These commercials try to convince kids that they NEED to have a particular toy, piece of clothing, video game, etc… As a parent you have probably had to endure the nagging, begging, and pleading of your child when they just [...]
You are coming to the end of your education and now you need to find something to do with it. You need a job! With the poor economy and the increased number of people getting an advanced education, finding a job can be one of the most challenging obstacles you will face. Because of this, [...]
As a family is forced to tighten their budget and become more frugal, one of the first things to go are sports and music lessons for the children. But, there is a better way! Sports and music provide enrichment into the lives of our children and are an important part of creating well-rounded individuals. Instead [...]
PayPal has recently established a new account specifically designed to help teens manage their money. The account gives teens a secure and easy way to shop online and it allows parents to monitor the spending of their teens. The Pajama Mommy Community has written a post that reviews and highlights the key features of the [...]
Entering college marks a period of many changes for a young man or woman. You often leave home (sometimes very far from home) and have to make many decisions on your own such as “should I buy this?”, “what will I have for dinner?”, “how do I wash this?”, “should I take this class?”, “do [...]
Here are a few blog carnivals for the month of August that are worth looking at. The carnivals contain many good reads (including contributions from yours truly). Be sure to check them out! Carnivals about Money and Finance: 1st Edition of the Carnival of Money Tips hosted by FinancialHealthGuy.com The Best of the Best in [...]
The Frugal Dad always has great advice for saving and managing money. A post I recently found called the Tri-Level Emergency Fund is no exception. The Frugal Dad breaks up the emergency money you have saved into three important categories. Level One in his plan is known as the “In-House Emergency Fund”. He suggests that [...]« Previous Entries