Kids and Money — September 4, 2008
Welcome to the September 4, 2008 edition of Kids and Money. There are some really fabulous posts here. Sit back and enjoy. Better yet, learn.
Ben Dinsmore presents 36 Ways to Reduce Your Home’s Energy Use posted at Trees Full of Money, saying, “With energy prices on the rise, and the sustainability of our environment in question, I thought that it would be beneficial energy saving tips that you can involve you family in th improve you homes energy use.”
Joe Manausa presents How To Dispute Your Property TaxesTallahassee Real Estate Blog, saying, “As long as the assessed value does not exceed the market value they will raise the assessed value, so it is important to know what your property is worth today!”
Del Sandeen presents 4 Secrets to Raising Money Smart Kids That Every Parent Should Know | Fiscal Liberty posted at Fiscal Liberty.
Katy Bold presents What should kids learn about money? posted at Money To Live, saying, “Part of teaching and encouraging financial literacy is focusing on basic math skills. To be comfortable with money, one needs to be confident with adding and subtracting. This essay suggests games for children that promote math skills and confidence.”
imarketing4s presents Wise Debt Consolidation and Budgeting posted at Free Debt Consolidation: Qualified Financial Management.
Connie Prater presents Is the next generation already wrapped in plastic? – CreditCards.com posted at blogs.creditcards.com, saying, “As children return to school, they and parents may be interested in how our children are becoming tech savvy and whether it is a good or bad thing for them moneywise…”
Kim Greenblatt presents Kim Greenblatt Asks If You Teach Your Children About Money While They Are Young posted at profitable, saying, “It always pays to teach your kids how to manage money and they are never too young to learn.”
Silicon Valley Blogger presents 3 Great Money Lessons from My Old Man posted at The Digerati Life, saying, “We were all kids once. Here is an article by someone who reflects on the financial lessons he’s learned from his father.”
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