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Kids and Money – March 18, 2009

 

 

Welcome to the March 18, 2009 edition of Kids and Money. There were a lot of good posts. There were a lot of “spammy” posts, too, which I deleted. Remember, folks, I approve 99% of the posts here, but this week I probably weeded out 30-40 percent. That’s way too much.


So, please, let’s keep this focused on Kids and Money. Not Kids OR Money. But Kids AND Money and how the two are inter-related. Okay?

KCLau presents Learn Money Tips playing iMafia posted at KCLau’s Money Tips, saying, “About iMafia, an application for iPhone. How it is connected to real life in terms of personal finance and how to play the game.”

jim presents Teaching Kids About Money: Tessy and Tab Money Manager Kit posted at Blueprint for Financial Prosperity.

nickel presents Visualize Your Savings Goals posted at fivecentnickel.com.

The Smarter Wallet presents Blu-Ray DVD Player Review: Pros and Cons posted at The Smarter Wallet, saying, “Are blu-ray players worth the money? Should you get one for your family?”

Concerning Kids presents Raising A Street Smart Kid posted at Concerning Kids.

Save Money presents Frugal Frauds Revealed posted at How I Save Money.net.

Julie Guarnizo presents Teaching Money Management Habits to Children posted at Beef Up Your Piggy, saying, “As a mother of two small children, teaching life lessons about money and personal finance is crucial is raising children.”

David presents The Safety of Your Accounts posted at Personal Finance Ology, saying, “With the uncertainty in the banking industry, learn where the safest places for your money are!”

Nate Desmond presents 12 Ways to Waste Money in College posted at Debt-free Scholar.

Steve Patterson presents ISMagazine.com – Blog – ATM Skimming Leads to 1 Billion in Losses for Consumers posted at ISMagazine.com, saying, “Great story about ATM safety and something to present to your bank to make sure their ATMs are safe.”

Debbie Ducker presents Your Children and Grandchildren Must Learn to Save Money posted at Ducker Promotion Ezine, saying, “Teach your children how to save money at an early age and you will save them a lifetime of heartache.”

Justin Hall presents How to Find a Job posted at Justin Hall.

Stephanie presents The Wii Fund posted at Stop the Ride!, saying, “Teaching the kids to save.”

jim presents Deducting Miles for Charitable Volunteering posted at Blueprint for Financial Prosperity.

Matt Sherberg presents Choosing the Best Debt Solution posted at Debt, saying, “When you have mountains of debt piling up and you have debt collectors waiting at your doorstep, it is time to get off the couch and find a debt solution that will work for you. The right debt solution can help you reduce your debt.”

Jeff Rose presents 29 Good Reads About Kids And Money posted at Jeff Rose.

Savings Toolbox presents The UnTruths About Saving For College posted at Savings Toolbox.

Silicon Valley Blogger presents College Advantage: Ohio 529 Savings Plan Offers $25 Cash Bonus posted at The Digerati Life, saying, “529 plan for your kids!”

The Smarter Wallet presents Budget Your Money and Control Your Spending Using This Simple System posted at The Smarter Wallet, saying, “Thanks!”

Sam presents NEW !! Job Interview Tips and Questions. Get the Job You Want. Job Interview Tips and Skills. ! Surfer Sam posted at Surfer Sam and Friends.

Concerning Kids presents How To Handle A School Yard Bully posted at Concerning Kids.

Dating321 presents Breaking Up Tips posted at Free Dating Advice, saying, “Breaking up is difficult to do, but it is important you go about in a mature and respectful way.”

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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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.

Earning

Tisha Tolar presents Work at Home Discipline: Find Some posted at Empowering Mom.

jim presents Ten Recession-Busting Money Tips for Young Professionals posted at Blueprint for Financial Prosperity.

Pinyo presents Where To Sell Used Books And Textbooks posted at Moolanomy.

Spending

Matthew Paulson presents 8 Money Saving Ideas for Family Fun Night posted at American Consumer News.

Gary R. presents Traditional vs. Rustic Camp Sites posted at Camping Tips, saying, “An increasing number of campgrounds are offering visitors the choice of both traditional and rustic campsites.”

Madison presents Money Saving Tips for Kids on Valentine’s Day posted at Kids and Money.

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.” 

Barry presents Tug Of War Between Retailers And Frugal Consumers posted at Associate Money. 

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.” 

jim presents How to Strong Arm Your Way to a Better Deal posted at Blueprint for Financial Prosperity. 

Savings Toolbox presents Tips to Save On your Summer Getaway posted at Savings Toolbox.

Saving

Deposit Accounts presents Savings Accounts for Children posted at Deposit Accounts. 

Mr. Banker presents High Interest Money Market Accounts (MMA) posted at Best Interest Rate Banks. 

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%.” 

Investing 

retirehappy presents Warren Buffett’s Metric Says BUY! posted at My Retirement Blog. 

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” 

Carrie presents Learning About Investing as a Child posted at Less is More. 

RJ presents The Case for Investing in Index Funds posted at Our Financial Planner, saying, “No matter the age and experience, index funds can be your greatest friend. Thank you for hosting.” 

Kelly Sonora presents 25 Forex-Related Twitter Accounts Worth Following posted at Best Forex Brokers. 

PicktheBrain presents The First Investment a Beginner Should Make posted at Beginner Investing. 

Money Management 

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.” 

Lisa Mitchell presents Teaching Your Children About Money posted at Let’s Talk Babies. 

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.” 

Credit

Silicon Valley Blogger presents Best Cash Back Credit Cards: Your Rewards For Spending posted at The Digerati Life, saying, “Thank you!” 

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

Finance Tips 101 presents Drowning In Debt? Bad Credit Loans May Need To Be Considered! posted at Finance Tips 101. 

Finance Tips 101 presents The Pros And Cons Of Personal Loans posted at Finance Tips 101. 

Finance Tips 101 presents Answers About Home Equity Loans posted at Finance Tips 101.

DebtLite presents What Are the Root Causes of Debt? posted at Debt Advice. 

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 Cash Back, Award Points, and Gas Cards posted at Finance Tips 101. 

College

Madison presents Midwestern Disaster Area Tax Impacts posted at Tax Gab, saying, “Expanded college tax credits for those affected by the storms last year.” 

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!” 

Madison presents Ohio 529 College Advantage $25 Sign Up Bonus posted at My Dollar Plan. 

OnlineCollege presents Choosing a College: A Simple Guide for Undergraduates posted at Universities and Colleges. 

Preparing for Baby

jim presents Preparing Financially for a Baby posted at Blueprint for Financial Prosperity. 

Concerning Kids presents Choosing The Right Pediatrician For Your Baby posted at Concerning Kids. 

Madison presents Our Family is Expanding… Financial Resources for Babies posted at My Dollar Plan. 

Pregnant Woman presents Identical Triplets – Three Bundles Of Joy posted at Pregnancy, saying, “Triplets occur in one of every eight thousand live births” 

The Stimulus 

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.” 

Miscellaneous 

KCLau presents Money Tips Group Writing Project posted at KCLau’s Money Tips, saying, “Calling out for contributors to an e-book about personal finance.” 

nickel presents Should You Pay Your Kids for Good Grades? posted at fivecentnickel.com. 

Money Tipper presents Bring Proof of Age When Flying With Young Children posted at Money Tipper. 

Concerning Kids presents Tips And Idea To Help Child Proof Your Home posted at Concerning Kids. 

Finance Tips 101 presents Alarming Identity Theft Statistics Are Cause For Concern posted at Finance Tips 101. 

Relax presents The happy way to spend money posted at The Wise Curve, saying, “we are happier when we spend money to gain experience than buying material goods” 

jim presents Total Cost of Owning A Dog posted at Blueprint for Financial Prosperity. 

Concerning Kids presents Helping Your Healthy Child Stay Fit For Life posted at Concerning Kids.

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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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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Money isn’t everything. It’s the only thing. Wait. That’s only for football.
Enjoy life. Spend time with your family.

Kids and Money — January 15, 2009

Welcome to the first edition of Kids and Money 2009! There are a lot of posts (as a reader, do you like reading lots of material all at once, or do you want smaller “helpings?” This would entail going back to once-a-week publishing, which I’m okay with, as long as you, the READER, wants that), so pull up a chair and sit down for a while!

Tell me your viewing preferences in the Comments, please. Also, as a submitter, what would you rather have? Once a week, twice a month, or monthly?

That said, here goes.

Isaac Yassar presents Manage Your Anger posted at Isaac Yassar .com, saying, “Teaching kids with anger is not a good idea. If parents cannot manage their anger well, kids will be victims. Show them some example how to deal with anger. Manage your anger!”

He says, with a SHOUT!!! 🙂

Credit Shout presents TrueEarnings Card from Costco and American Express Review posted at CreditShout, saying, “The TrueEarnings Card from Costco and American Express can save families who shop at Costco a lot of money over time.”
I’ve pondered this one for a while…

Ben presents Best Online Savings Accounts posted at Money Smart Life.

Debt Free Destiny presents Should Mom and Dad Get an Allowance? posted at Debt Free Destiny.
Yep, but only Mom 🙂

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

Joe Manausa presents REAL ESTATE TRENDS WORTH WATCHING | Tallahassee Real Estate Blog posted at Tallahassee Real Estate Blog, saying, “The MLS is the only source of information that directly ties supply to demand, so I find that it is important to keep an eye on this set of information on a daily basis. The most important information is new listings, new sales, new failures, and new pendings (homes put under contract), and track these as an “average” or trend over time.”
Could you tell us more?

Silicon Valley Blogger presents 529 College Savings Plan Rewards, Referral Bonus To Save For College posted at The Digerati Life, saying, “Thanks Bill! Happy New Year!”
Right back at ya’! I love the 529 plans, as well as the ESAs.

The Smarter Wallet presents Family Budget For Frugal Living: Living Cheap Can Be Fun, Too! posted at The Smarter Wallet, saying, “Thanks!”

Jack S. Keifer presents The Ten Commandments For a Stable Internet Business posted at Jack S. Keifer.
I’m telling you guys, if you want income stability, the best way for 2009 (and beyond) seems to be an income business. Search this blog for my posts about this.

Mary Cavanaugh presents Some encouraging thoughts for those getting a later financial start? posted at lean and green, saying, “Not so sure this fits exactly – but it’s encouragment for anyone trying to catch up saving money!”
Nowadays, we all need some encouragement! Thanks.

Concerning Kids presents Help For Single Parents Raising Children posted at Concerning Kids.

KCLau presents Introduction of a new scheduler tax deduction (STD) posted at KCLau’s Money Tips, saying, “About LHDN introducing a new scheduler tax deduction (STD) system”

Matthew Paulson presents Family Skiing Made More Cost Efficient posted at American Consumer News.
Love it!

Savings Toolbox presents Save For College With 529 Plans Through FreshmanFund posted at Savings Toolbox.
Ditto SVB above!

Destroy Debt presents 20 Inexpensive Ways to EntertainYour Kids in the Winter posted at Destroy Debt.
Excellent list!

Deposit Accounts presents Learning to Live on 70% of Your Income posted at The Money Blog.

Trisha Wagner presents Are You Waiting For Your Ship to Come in? posted at Empowering Mom.

Lauren Rose presents Secrets of Keeping to the Family Budget posted at No Debt Anymore .org, saying, “Making your money work for you is the ultimate goal of any budget. Financial problems usually arise due to lack of proper budgeting skills, or failure to keep to the proposed budget.”

Mr Credit Card presents Children and Identity Theft.
That’s a chilling thought!

The Shark Investor presents Alternative Income: Tutoring posted at The Shark Investor.

KCLau presents Redefine Retirement: Lifestyle Design of the New Rich posted at KCLau’s Money Tips, saying, “About retirement, mini-retirement versus deferred retirement, income relativity and how to earn the income you want in the shortes time.”

Credit Shout presents Best Student Credit Cards posted at CreditShout.

Nancy Miller presents OEDb’s Online College Rankings 2007.

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

Praveen presents “See, Santa Also Likes Coke!” posted at My Simple Trading System.

FMF presents Financial Steps New Parents Need to Take posted at Free Money Finance, saying, “Money tips for new parents.”
As always, a great post. Kids are expensive. But the return is more than worth it!

Jim presents Free College Money: The FAFSA on Blueprint for Financial Prosperity posted at Blueprint for Financial Prosperity.

Jeff Rose presents Preparing Financially for Your First Child posted at Jeff Rose, saying, “What to do when your first little one is on the way.”

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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Money isn’t everything. It’s the only thing. Wait. That’s only for football.
Enjoy life. Spend time with your family.

Kids and Money — December 30, 2008

Welcome to the December 30, 2008 edition of Kids and Money.

This is our last K&M for 2008. This experiment has been a satisfying one, and trying at times too. What with all the issues with Blog Carnival (being down many of the times we tried to use it), being sick with colds, flu, and other infections for most of the last quarter of the year, and the economy being what it is, this has been a challenging — yet very fruitful nonetheless — year.

I genuinely thank each and every one of you for your thoughtful, kind, inspirational, and informative posts! I hope you’ve benefited, too, from the exposure to other points of view as well as getting some “link love” from the backlilnks I’ve provided through this collection of awesome posts.

I’ve enjoyed every minute of Kids and Money and I’ve learned a lot. No doubt, I’ve learned and received more from this than you have, but I hope you’ve found the experiment worthwhile.

For now, I’ve decided to continue with this. Please help us all out by spreading the word about the Kids and Money carnival — the more attention we get, the better.

To all of you, THANKS A MILLION FOR EVERYTHING!!!

And here’s to a PROSPEROUS 2009! Be safe, be happy, do what you love (at least once in a while!), and spend time with your loved ones.

Without further delay, here are the posts.

Relax presents Let’s talk about money posted at The Wise Curve, saying, “The good news is that being rich is not really difficult because it is just a state of mind.”

Tristan presents Teaching children about money posted at Find Financial Freedom, saying, “An insight into the virtues of teaching children about money from an early age.”

MoneyNing presents Let Your Children Handle Their Own Finances posted at Money Ning, saying, “Give your children a chance to make mistakes!”

Credit Shout presents How to Deal With Student Loan Debt in Today’s Economy posted at CreditShout.

Joe Manausa presents Real Estate Supply And Demand | Tallahassee Real Estate Blog, saying, “It really isn’t that hard to tell where the real estate market is heading. All we need to do is take a quick re-examination of Economics 101 and realize that Supply and Demand actually do matter in the real estate market.”

Jesse Wojdylo presents What are YOU Willing to Go In Debt For? posted at Subprime Blogger.

Credit Card Assist presents What College Kids Might Not Know About Credit Cards posted at Credit Card Assist.

Dave presents Cheapo XMAS Gifts posted at Cheapo Groovo.

Sandy Naidu presents Bernard Madoff’s Ponzi Scheme posted at FutureNestEgg.

Steve C presents Kids And Money: Teaching Ways To Deal With Peer and Societal Pressures | MyWifeQuitHerJob.com posted at MyWifeQuitHerJob.com.

KCLau presents Christmas On A Budget posted at KCLau’s Money Tips, saying, “This post is contributed by Jacquelyn Sarah Wong, the co-author of The Secrets to Writing an Ebook in Three Easy Steps. It is about how to be frugal this christmas season with the economy down.”

Fiona Lohrenz presents Why You Should Start A Day Care In A Recession.

Dollar Frugal presents Don’t Let the Workers Threaten You posted at Dollar Frugal.

Jeff Rose presents Teaching Kids About Money, saying, “When’s the right time to start teaching your kids about money? Here’s a few tips.”

Destroy Debt presents Make Your Own Debt Reduction Plan posted at Destroy Debt.

Savings Toolbox presents Set Your Children Up With Savings Accounts posted at Savings Toolbox.

Mr Credit Card presents Should You Give Children Cash For Christmas?.

Piotr Stepien presents Money Free World, saying, “It is nice to have money, but it is better not to have it at all. Suprised? Read the whole story.”

JCL presents How To Teach Your Kids About Money While They Are Young, saying, “Some ideas for teaching your kids to have an entrepreneurial spirit while they are young.”

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

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

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Money isn’t everything. It’s the only thing. Wait. That’s only for football.
Enjoy life. Spend time with your family.
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