Being financially ready for children is a big reason many couples wait to have kids until later in life. How can you know when the time is right for you?
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Greetings, Modest Money readers! Jeremy has been kind enough to allow me to guest post today in order to share with you all about an exciting new e-book I’ve written called How to Teach Your Kids About Money.
If you’re not aware of it yet, there is a big difference between frugality and cheapness. Sure, their main objective is save as much money as possible, but I rather be with a frugal person than a cheap one.
Many consumers (and experts) fail to see budgeting as a creative endeavor, and that is a big shame. Hopefully, you can use the following creative ideas to stick to your own spending plan.
In this episode the panelists introduce themselves for the first time, and then have a discussion about financial philosophies, why it's important to come up with a money philosophy of your own, and how your personal philosophy can help to guide your decisions about money.