Kids and Money — July 18, 2008: Summertime Savings
Chris opens with What Makes Kids Happy?, saying, “How we spend (or don’t spend) money on our kids is important. What’s more important to them is our interest in them and the time we spend with them.”
Good ideas on inexpensive kid activities.
Larry Russell presents Living Expense Tracking Methods.
There’s always more than one way to skin a cat.
Silicon Valley Blogger presents 5 Of The Youngest Entrepreneurs On Their Path To Success And Riches, saying, “How about how some profiles of kids who are leaving their stamp on the business world? Some of the young people profiled in this article are literally still children.”
Talk about motivational! Some of these young adults are children.
David Cassell presents Feel The Pain.
Giving something back.
Neelakantha presents 100 Ways to Improve Usability in Your Library.
I had no idea!
Ken Clark, CFP presents Four Neighborhoods That Will Pay For Your Child’s College Education, saying, “Live in the right neighborhood, and college is free!”
KCLau presents How to Calculate Your Investment Portfolio Return, saying, “Article on how to calculate investment returns portfolio”
Method to calc a portfolio return.
Anand presents How to Master Money and Wealth | Money Management, saying, “The key to financial success is managing your money well. This article details a simple management system you can use regardless of your income to pave the road to financial well-being.”
Earn more than you spend. Simple.
Wide Open Wallet presents Christmas in July.
Every day is a great day. But you cannot indefinitely spend more than you earn without repercussions.
Vera Lang presents How to Reduce the Cost of Car Insurance for Teenagers, saying, “When it comes to getting car insurance for teenagers, you really want to be able to save as much money as possible. Although many people unfortunately do not realize it, there are quite a few different things that you can do in order to reduce the cost of car insurance for teenagers, of which will be discussed here.”
Luckily, I have 14 more years to wait.
Helen Anderson presents 5 Credit Card Fees You Probably Didn’t Know About.
The credit card companies are notorious for tacking on fees. Here’s what to look for.
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