Kids and Money – February 9, 2009

Welcome to the February 9, 2009 edition of Kids and Money. 

Matthew Paulson presents Throw a Great Kids Party on a Budget posted at American Consumer News.

Savings Toolbox presents Reducing What You Waste Will Save Some Cash posted at Savings Toolbox.

Livingalmostlarge presents Stay at home – loss of potential income posted at LivingAlmostLarge.

Mark Montgomery presents Best Value Colleges from Princeton Review: Information You Can LoseGreat College Advice, saying, “Choosing a college based on rankings–even on which colleges are rated a “good value”–is not a recipe for educational success.”

Kevin Fleming presents Dish Network Family Package Review posted at Satellite TV Guru, saying, “If your family is thinking to switching to Satellite TV to save money, we have recently updated our Dish Network Family Package review for 2009.”

Silicon Valley Blogger presents Family Life In America: Report on Lifestyle, Economic Trends From The Trenches posted at The Digerati Life, saying, “Happy New Year!”

The Smarter Wallet presents Family Budget For Frugal Living: Living Cheap Can Be Fun, Too! posted at The Smarter Wallet, saying, “I submitted this to the previous carnival but it wasn’t published so I will try again! I will do my best to spread the word about this carnival. Thanks! -SVB”

Russ Egan presents How to Take Control of Your Finances posted at Open Road Open Mind.

Joe Manausa presents January 2009 Housing Market Trends | Tallahassee Real Estate Blog posted at Tallahassee Real Estate Blog, saying, “The continuation of the three-year-old bear market in real estate has brought many people forward to comment on the condition of the real estate market. It seems for everybody with an opinion, there are an equal number of theories about where the housing market is going. So, not to be left out of the crowd……. I thought I would chime in with an (updated) opinion of my own.”

David presents Decision Making 101: Step One The Way We Make Decisions posted at Personal Finance Ology, saying, “Making smart decisions is the first step in building long term wealth. Learn the methodology behind making wise decisions with your money.”

Concerning Kids presents Some Thoughts On Affordable Child Health Insurance posted at Concerning Kids.

Concerning Kids presents The Top Child Vitamins Available Today – A Helpful List posted at Concerning Kids.

KCLau presents Best of KCLau’s Money Tips 2008 posted at KCLau’s Money Tips, saying, “A run down of the best KCLau’s Money Tips 2008”

Barry presents Keeping A Change Jar At Home posted at Associate Money.

Jim presents Best Student Credit Cards posted at Blueprint for Financial Prosperity.

Matthew Paulson presents Teach Values While Shopping for Your Kids Clothes posted at American Consumer News.

Concerning Kids presents Healthy After School Snacks For Kids posted at Concerning Kids.

KCLau presents Procrastinator, plucker, plotter, and prober posted at KCLau’s Money Tips, saying, “Recently I was reading the book titled “The Number: What do you need for the rest of your life and what will it cost?” A rundown on what the book has to offer”

Finance Tips 101 presents Identity Theft Prevention Tips posted at Finance Tips 101.

Dave presents Extra Income Ideas I posted at Cheapo Groovo.

FMF presents Financial Steps New Parents Need to Take posted at Free Money Finance, saying, “Tips for new parents.”

More than just a mother presents The hidden cost of children posted at More than just a mother.

Pinyo Bhulipongsanon presents Teach Your Children The Four Pillars of Money Management posted at Moolanomy.

Jim presents » Five Personal Finance Teaching Gifts for Kids on Blueprint for Financial Prosperity posted at Blueprint for Financial Prosperity.

Praveen presents “That Will Be 50 Dollars!” posted at My Simple Trading System, saying, “My 3 year old son seems to understand money, but overcharges. $50 for a pretend Happy Meal or taxi ride…”

Silicon Valley Blogger presents YNAB (You Need A Budget) Personal Budget Software Is 10% Off, saying, “Here’s a great budgeting tool to manage your family budget! YNAB is actually rated higher than Quicken, as a desktop personal financial software application.”

Savings Toolbox presents 5 Tips for Starting Your Savings posted at Savings Toolbox.

Debt Free Destiny presents 5 Ways to Save With Your Bank posted at Debt Free Destiny.

The Smarter Wallet presents Cheap Meals You Can Cook At Home To Save Money! posted at The Smarter Wallet, saying, “Family meals that you cook at home can save you money, and they can be tasty too!”

Jacquelyn presents Simple Ways to Teach Your Child the Value of Money posted at WParent.com – Wise Parenting Guide, saying, “Teaching your children the value of money is the parent’s responsibilities through parental guidance and example.”

Big Cajun Man presents Banks and Humor posted at Canadian Personal Finance Blog, saying, “The video alone is great for kids as it shows how banks used to work before ATMs and open 12 hours a day banks.”

Joe Manausa presents Real Estate Sales Success | Tallahassee Real Estate Blog posted at Tallahassee Real Estate Blog, saying, “By tracking movement of inventory in the MLS, one is able to tell if the market is expanding or contracting, and whether property values are rising or falling. With this information in hand each month, you can best understand a great strategy for selling a home (or one for buying a home).”

Aussie Investor presents Ethical Managed Funds posted at Australian Investing, saying, “Managed funds are a popular way to gain investment exposure to many asset classes including the stock market. But with growing concern over global warming and other environmental and social issues, many investors are turning to ethical fund managers to manage their money. So what are ethical managed funds are why would you invest?”

Finance Tips 101 presents Credit Card Debt It Is Not Always Your Fault posted at Finance Tips 101.

Concerning Kids presents Tips To Get Your Baby To Sleep Through The Night posted at Concerning Kids.

David presents The Way Money Works posted at Personal Finance Ology, saying, “Make your money work harder, so you don’t have to. Learn basic principles that teach you how to make money work for you.”

That concludes this edition. Submit your blog article to the next edition of Kids and Money using our carnival submission form.

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