Kids and Money – March 2, 2009
Welcome to the March 2, 2009 edition of Kids and Money. It’s been a while since our last carnival, so this is a BIG ONE. I’ve tried to put the submissions into logical blocks for easier reading.
jim presents Ten Recession-Busting Money Tips for Young Professionals posted at Blueprint for Financial Prosperity.
Silicon Valley Blogger presents Lower Your Car Insurance Rates! How To Cut Insurance Premiums In Half posted at The Digerati Life, saying, “If you’ve got kids, driving safely and carefully is a must. And doing so will most likely lower your car insurance rates as well.”
Annette Berlin presents Printable Toys For Pre-Teens posted at Craft Stew, saying, “Older children get tired of toys fast. Rather than spending a small fortune to keep them constantly satisfied, let them create their own playthings from cardstock and a printer.”
Brian McKay presents CD Rates posted at MonitorBankRates.com, saying, “Finding a decent rate on a certificate of deposit account these days isn’t an easy thing to do. CD rates have been coming down so fast recently the average 12 month CD rate is nearing just 2.00%.”
The Shark Investor presents Strategies For Raising Funds: Borrow Your Way To Wealth posted at The Shark Investor, saying, “How and when to use loans for investing”
Len Penzo presents Using a Ledger to Teach Kids Money Management posted at Len Penzo . Com, saying, “Even kids as young as 6-years old can learn personal finance management skills via this simple bookkeeping plan.”
Jacquelyn presents The Wise Parent & Child Money Guide posted at WParent.com – Wise Parenting Guide, saying, “Give your child an introduction to the subject of money by reading this article together. This will give your child a general idea about money.”
Silicon Valley Blogger presents Best Cash Back Credit Cards: Your Rewards For Spending posted at The Digerati Life, saying, “Thank you!”
Finance Tips 101 presents Drowning In Debt? Bad Credit Loans May Need To Be Considered! posted at Finance Tips 101.
Astrid Lee presents Suze Orman posted at World Healing, saying, “Article on advice by Suze Orman, the popular TV adviser on personal finance and about how get out of debt. Article also contains video show where she talks about how to determine how much to give to charities…”
Finance Tips 101 presents Scholarship And Grant Information For Interested High School Graduates posted at Finance Tips 101.
The Smarter Wallet presents Student Loan Programs To Pay For My College Tuition Costs posted at The Smarter Wallet, saying, “Thanks!”
OnlineCollege presents Choosing a College: A Simple Guide for Undergraduates posted at Universities and Colleges.
Preparing for Baby
Madison presents Our Family is Expanding… Financial Resources for Babies posted at My Dollar Plan.
The Smarter Wallet presents Will The Obama Economic Stimulus Check and 2009 Stimulus Plan Save The Economy? posted at The Smarter Wallet, saying, “How will your family be affected by the stimulus bill?”
Brian McKay presents What’s in the Stimulus Bill for You? posted at MonitorBankRates.com, saying, “We have listed all the benefits for individuals in President Obama’s stimulus bill that was just passed.”
Ella Moss presents New Economy, or Buy American, Stupid! « Zodiac Times posted at Zodiac Times, saying, “So, the new stimulus package is passed, hopes are up, markets are down, and recession deepens. Everyone is blaming the housing market, unscrupulous bankers and inept previous administration. But very few seem to understand the true roots of our woes, and how deep our economic problems go.”
Money Tipper presents Bring Proof of Age When Flying With Young Children posted at Money Tipper.
Finance Tips 101 presents Alarming Identity Theft Statistics Are Cause For Concern posted at Finance Tips 101.
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