There is no doubt that teaching kids about money is in everyone’s best interest. Children should learn from a young age how important it is to save money and prepare for the future. Here are some ways to teach kids how to save money.
A war is waging as we speak about buying new or used items. There are many differing opinions and some products can go either way. But here are some products whose purchase history isn’t up for debate and you should only buy them used.
A war is waging as we speak about buying new or used items. There are many differing opinions and some products can go either way. But here are some products whose purchase history isn’t up for debate and you should only buy them new. Here is an article about What to Buy Used.
Parties, especially when children are involved, can start off simple, but turn into elaborate, money-grabbing life forms of their own. This guide will show you how to throw a frugal birthday party.
As we near the end of July, retailers have already started advertising and offering back to school sales. Even though school is still a month (or more) away, it’s time to start thinking about back to school shopping and ways to save money.
1. Most banks offer free checking and savings accounts for children and don’t have minimum balance requirements or other hoops to jump through. You can open one for your kid with as little as $20 at some branches. 2. Offer to match their savings for as long as you like to encourage them to save instead of spend. Reward them after a trip to the…
We saved Mark over $300 per month on his monthly bills. Now he can finally take that vacation he's been dreaming about.
Here's how it works: