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Saving Money: Teaching Children the Value of Money

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Financial literacy is an important part of successful money management—if you start teaching your children basic lessons while they are young, they will have a firm financial foundation to build upon in the future.


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3 Financial Implications to Consider for Stay at Home Parent

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You might say that it’s worth it to sacrifice, and that you would rather have quality time with your kids than more money, but it’s still important to recognize some of the realities that come with staying home, and not working outside the house.


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How to Save When Your Spouse Doesn't Want To

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While there is no perfect situation to any disagreement about money, it is possible to get your spouse interested in saving, and preparing for the future. It does, however, take time and effort to convince your spouse to join you in saving.


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Financial Stages of Life

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As stock market volatility continues, it's important to remember some timeless principles through your financial stages in life. Focus on the basics.


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Small Money Leaks that Can Add Up Big

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What you really need to watch out for are the small things that you might not even realize you are wasting your money on. Here are some of the small money leaks that can start to really drain your finances


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How To Manage Your Cash Flow

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In order to effectively manage your cash flow, you need to figure out how much you should spend in each category. How does your own budget compare?


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Are You Stupid if You Gamble?

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Are you an idiot if you buy a lottery ticket or play the slots in Vegas? I’m not so sure that gambling always equals stupidity. Sometimes, gambling is just entertainment.


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Are You Paying Too Much for these 5 Items?

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Even though I’m willing to spend a little more for a better experience, or for higher quality, it doesn’t mean that I want to overspend on everything, and I don’t want to be ripped off. Here are 5 items that it’s easy to overpay for.


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College Budget Woes

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Oh the memories of college. Long nights, increased responsibilities, extra anxiety, new experiences, but the memory that sticks out in my mind the most is being “financially strained”. Most college students are trying to focus completely on school so they are either working part-time, or not at all. Students are always trying to find ways to get more bang for their buck. With the pressures of doing well in class, money should be the least of their worries.


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When It's Worth Spending More Money

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While bargain shopping is a good thing, and while you want to feel as though you are getting good value for your money, in some cases it’s worth it to spend a little more money. Here are some ways to figure out if it’s worth spending more


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