Kids and Money — November 27, 2009

Will I ever catch up? Will you ever read all this? 🙂

The Investor presents Young people are already rich posted at Monevator.com, saying, "If you have teenagers or kids at college who waste their money on frivolous purchases, this link is a must read – and a must forward!"

Finance Tips 101 presents Saving Cash With Coupons ? Three Tips To Keep More of Your Money posted at Finance Tips 101.

Daniel Drew presents Unsecured Small Business Loan posted at My Business is doing well should I choose an SBA Loan?, saying, ""Lines of credit are generally paid off by opting for a permanent source of financing. In case of commercial property line of credit, the sale of the old property may help repay the line of credit""

Jack Schmidt presents The High Cost of Deep Fried Coke posted at SectorMatic Money Journal, saying, "SectorMatic.com – Personal Finance | Everything for the Big Spender on a Budget. Now you can live like a fat cat, even if you're on a money diet. Laugh all the way to the bank with Jack Schmidt and SectorMatic. It's for you!"

KCLau presents The only financial company who knows the power of social media posted at KCLau's Money Tips, saying, "there are always many methods to get free traffic and leads to your website. Beside search traffic, another major source of traffic is social media. There is one company who knows how to make use of social media – ROCKWILLS"

Tom DeRosa presents Math in the Real World: Erasing Debt Activity posted at I Want to Teach Forever, saying, "How to turn those debt consolidation and credit loan applications into a simple life (and math) lesson for your kids"

Kevin Fleming presents Easy Ways To Save Money on Satellite TV and Cable. posted at Satellite TV Guru.

Tom Peper presents Financing a Small Business | freebusinessmembership.com posted at How To Start Your Own Business, saying, "Free Business Membership offers information on how to start a business, home based business, franchise, SBA loans, promoting a business, LLC"

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