When it comes to teaching kids about money, I’m of the opinion that the sooner, the better. Now that’s not to say we shouldn’t proceed with caution – definitely don’t want them adopting harmful habits or money stories! But the sooner you can help your kids understand how money works, the better. In fact, it’s one of the best ways to ensure they don’t end up in debt as adults.
Do you look through your window past the dreary grey winter sky and dream of a sandy beach and soothing sunshine? Do you prefer the May flowers to the April showers? Summer vacation is probably the best cure for what ails you, but we all know they can be pretty expensive.
So how do you save up for a summer vacation? When you approach a vacation budget as a year-long process, it turns out that it’s a lot easier than you might think, and I’m here to show you how.
One of the only downsides to finding a side hustle online is that they typically have a delay in their payout. Remember being a kid and mowing a lawn and immediately having cash in your pocket? That’s a great feeling, and it’s one you can recapture in your very neighborhood right now.
What if I told you that there was a website where you could get goods from Amazon for huge discounts or even free? If it seems too good to be true, it’s not – it’s Snagshout! When I stumbled on this website a few years ago, I was floored at the concept. (more…)
Groupon started in 2008 but it took me a while to jump on the bandwagon. The concept is simple – many people buy into a specific product or service at a designated price, and everyone gets a pretty great discount. Unfortunately, most businesses restricted the times and dates you could redeem your Groupon coupons, which made things frustrating for consumers.