Here are some ways you can encourage and teach your kids to be responsible spenders and savers.
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Fast forward several years and my youngest son is now living with Celiac disease, an autoimmune disorder that over time causes intestinal damage when you eat gluten or wheat. His doctor confirmed the only “treatment” would be for him to adhere to a strict, gluten-free diet. This time I had no choice but to educate […]
As you can imagine, having three children in travel sports and a traveling choir can get pricey. However, I have found ways to help pay for our children’s hobbies that keep us from going broke.
With the never-ending problem of children outgrowing their clothes and the constant running to the store to buy another outfit that is overpriced just to find out that it doesn’t fit in a month — it is a constant battle for all parents.
When I got to college, having my own income was great . . . but so was the excitement of credit cards. Credit cards felt like free money! Not having a lot of financial experience up to that point, I didn’t quite know what to do with all my newfound freedom.
I’ve found the key to saving your sanity and your marriage during this process is to talk about it regularly at a previously agreed upon time. Yes, I’m talking about a meeting. I know it sounds painful, but I promise it’s not that bad. If you do the budgeting process as a team, you will be […]
If you have a party in the near future, there are a few secrets you can follow to turn your vision of a perfect party into one that is enjoyable from the beginning to end without thinking about the investment the following day.