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Kids and Money — December 15, 2008

Welcome to the December 15, 2008 edition of Kids and Money.

FMF presents Free Money Finance: Three Money Mistakes Parents Make posted at Free Money Finance, saying, “Avoid these money mistakes.”

MoneyNing presents 8 Bad Things You’re Teaching Your Kids About Money posted at Money Ning, saying, “What your children to be good money managers? Learn to be one yourself first!

Silicon Valley Blogger presents Walking In A Winter Wonderland For $1,300 posted at The Digerati Life, saying, “A story about how my family and I spent the holidays a while back. With a picture of my baby wearing gloves for shoes. :)”

Brip Blap presents how to work from home with small kids posted at brip blap.

Mark Montgomery presents Elements of a Good College Fit, Part One: Academics posted at Great College Advice, saying, “Finding the right college is like finding the right pair of shoes. You have to know what you need. You have to know what you want. And you have to shop around.”

Heather Johnson presents 100 Best Lifehack Lists for Recent College Grads | OEDb posted at OEDb: Online Education Database.

Joe Manausa presents Great News For First Time Homebuyers In Florida Real Estate posted at Tallahassee Real Estate Blog, saying, “It is interesting to note that in these times of financial hardship for everyone that there seems to be an abundance of financial assistance programs out there for eligible homebuyers purchasing new or existing homes in Florida.”

Vickie Sloderbeck and Faith Janes presents Kids and Money — Sidetracked Moms posted at Sidetracked Moms.

DebbieDragon presents Starting Early and Saving Often posted at Debbie’s Debt Advice.

Insurance Toolbox presents Guide to Life Insurance posted at Insurance Toolbox.

Savings Toolbox presents Save Up For College With FreshmanFund’s 529 College Savings Plan Gift Registry posted at Savings Toolbox.

Jessie presents Blog Action Day 2008 – Poverty posted at My Investing Blog.

KCLau presents Top Money Tips for Malaysian Book Review posted at KCLau’s Money Tips, saying, “Two reviews had been posted about my new book Top Money Tips for Malaysian. Read on to find out more.”

GreenBridge Advisors presents Start teaching your kids early to build a strong financial foundation posted at Let’s Blog Money, saying, “Parents make it a point to sit their kids down and educate them on the effects of drugs, smoking, drinking and unsafe sex. Shouldn’t they also educate their kids on the value of money and how to manage it along with credit wisely?”

Jeff Rose presents College Savings Plans posted at Jeff Rose, saying, “What is the right state college savings plan to use for your child.”

Heather Johnson presents Top 50 iPhone Apps for Educators posted at OEDb: Online Education Database.

David Cassell presents Online Student Mistakes posted at selectcoursesblog.com.

pearl mattenson presents The Best Gifts For Our Children – Part One | Carrie and Danielle posted at Carrie and Danielle.

Shen-Li Lee presents Teaching Your Child about Money Matters posted at Babylicious.

Nancy Miller presents Time’s Are A Changin’… Global Warming Incorporated Into Educational Curriculum posted at Top Online Engineering Degree.

Raymond presents Tips For Buying, Giving, and Using Discount Gift Cards posted at Money Blue Book.

Lauren Rose presents Credit Card Skimmers – Keep Your Eye on Your ATM card posted at No Debt Anymore .org, saying, “With the holiday season in full swing, Credit card and ATM theft is increasing at an alarming rate. Here are 3 common ways thieves may try to gain access to your personal information using a skimmer device, and 10 tips to protect yourself.”

Donald Latumahina presents Diversify Your Income to Prevent Financial Problems posted at Life Optimizer.

Lane Wright presents Forex with as little as $10 posted at Awesome Forex Alerts.

Keira presents Review: The Teen’s Guide to Personal Finance: Basic concepts in personal finance that every teen should know. posted at Rich Leverage.

Cindy Morus, The Money Mender presents Raising MoneySmart Kids posted at Mend Your Money, saying, “Thanks.”

Sam presents NEW !! Free Online News. Apply for a Free Credit Card Online or Offline posted at Surfer Sam and Friends.

Silicon Valley Blogger presents Avoid A Bitter Family Feud: Estate Planning To The Rescue! » Silicon Valley Blog About Money posted at The Digerati Life, saying, “Thanks!”

Mr Credit Card presents Children and Identity Theft | Ask Mr Credit Card’s Blog posted at Ask Mr Credit Card.

The Smarter Wallet presents 12 Homemade Gift Ideas To Fit A Small Budget posted at The Smarter Wallet, saying, “Here are some great homemade gift ideas to share with your kids and family. Save money as a family by making your own gifts!”

KCLau presents How to manages monthly cash flow posted at KCLau’s Money Tips, saying, “This post is contributed by Relax, the blog author of Wise Curve – get smarter every day!

I feel honoured to contribute a post on KC Lau’s blog. He’s one of my multi talented role models so I count myself lucky to be his net friend. Now let’s talk about money and how to manage cash flow.”

T. Dalia presents All I want for Christmas is? posted at Daily Dalia.

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Money isn’t everything. It’s the only thing. Wait. That’s only for football.
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Kids and Money — November 14, 2008

Welcome to the November 14, 2008 edition of Kids and Money.
 
Steward presents Learning Entrepreneurship From Kids posted at My Family’s Money, saying, “Kids can teach us a lot about a lot of things, I just never thought they would teach me about what it takes to start a thriving business.” 

Thao Tran presents Recycle Bottles and Cans posted at How to Make Money at a Young Age, saying, “Effective ways to make money at a young age.” 

Raymond presents How To Calculate and Track Your Net Worth posted at Money Blue Book. 

Mark Montgomery presents The Credit Crunch and Financial Aid: What Will It Mean for College Admissions? posted at Great College Advice. 

Sarah Scrafford presents Ditch the Backpack: 100 Essential Web Tools for Virtual Students posted at eLearning Gurus. 

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

Livingalmostlarge presents just because you can afford it… posted at LivingAlmostLarge, saying, “It’s funny how our parents can regress us to childhood so quickly.” 

KCLau presents Financial Consideration for New Parents in Malaysia posted at KCLau’s Money Tips, saying, “Recently, there is an interesting post written by Xin Lu at Wisebread about the financial consideration of having a newborn baby. The article is more catered to the situation in the USA. Although it might differ in terms of currency, the other facts might similar and worth our study. This sparks the idea of writing this post to share with you the financial side of being a new parent in Malaysia.” 

Michael Bass presents Buy Clothes at Salvage Stores posted at Debt Prison, saying, “They buy salvage items from around the country for say 10%… and then resell for 60% and often less.” 

Mr Credit Card presents Greatest Secrets Of The Coupon Mom | Ask Mr Credit Card’s Blog.

nickel presents How to Become a Millionaire – Lessons From an Eight Year Old. 

Silicon Valley Blogger presents Fun, Cheap Halloween Costumes To DIY, A Photo Gallery posted at The Digerati Life, saying, “It’s a bit late, but I thought to discuss how we prepared for Halloween this year… or how we fared…. 🙂 .” 

Ben Dinsmore presents Financial Advice for New or Expecting Parents posted at Trees Full of Money, saying, “If your family is expecting the arrival of a “little one” in the near future, you may want to consider these financial moves BEFORE the baby is born to help ease the financial stress, and allow you to concentrate your focus on your bundle of joy.” 

The Smarter Wallet presents How To Shop For Back To School Supplies: Don’t Pay Twice!

Todd presents Why Must Parents Pay For College. 

Save Money presents Revising My Budget. 

KCLau presents Case Study: Financial Goals of a Malaysian working in Singapore.

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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 — October 30, 2008

Welcome to the October 29, 2008 edition of Kids and Money.

Little Thomas couldn’t submit a post because BlogCarnival.com (read about that in My Love-Hate Relationship with Blog Carnival Is Over) was down for like, a year, but he sent me an email with this article — Thanks!!! Many great things here.
Teaching my Children About Money

Michael Cintolo presents Kids and the Economic Crisis posted at The Iconoclast Investor.

Raag Vamdatt presents Goal Based Investing :: RaagVamdatt.com :: Financial Planning demystified posted at RaagVamdatt.com, saying, “The philosophy of goal based investing can be a great way to create a fund for your kid’s higher education.”

Andrea Smith presents Debt Consolidation Facts: Know Everything About Becoming Debt Free | Consolidate4Free: Free Debt Consolidation ArticlesFree Debt Consolidation: Qualified Financial Management.

Hustler Moneyblog presents Cash Back Rebate Shopping Strategy posted at Hustler $$$ Blog.

Raymond presents New FDIC Insured Limit Covers Bank Deposits Up To $250,000 posted at Money Blue Book.

Jim presents Teaching Kids About Money: Tessy & Tab Money Manager Kit

Mr Credit Card presents Teaching Your Kids About Credit and Money posted at Ask Mr Credit Card.

Dave presents The Proper Use of a Debit Card posted at Cheapo Groovo.

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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 — October 22, 2008

Welcome to the October 22, 2008 edition of Kids and Money. 

Aussie Investor presents Stock Market Education For Beginners – Learning From Your Mistakes saying, “We all make mistakes with our investments. This article describes how you can learn valuable lessons about investing by going back and analyzing your stock market losses.”
And don’t we all have losses right about now?!!!

KCLau presents The Malaysian Insurance Planning Guide by Meshio.com [REVIEW] posted at KCLau’s Money Tips, saying, “A review about an ebook on insurance planning. The book is specially written to guide Malaysians on their next insurance purchase.”
Let’s not forget about the critical importance of having proper insurance!

Erika Collin presents The Ultimate Guide to the GMAT: 100 Tips, Tools, and Resources posted at BSchool.com Business Schools Directory.

Livingalmostlarge presents Growing up frugal posted at LivingAlmostLarge, saying, “Can frugality be taught?”

Raymond presents How To Become A Millionaire and Get Rich In 10 Steps posted at Money Blue Book.

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

Joe Manausa presents Dave McCormick On Restoring Global Stability posted at Tallahassee Real Estate Blog, saying, “Under Secretary David H. McCormick made the following remarks about the current economic turmoil while speaking at Wharton’s Eleventh Annual Investment Management Conference. He identified how the chaos basically got started and acknowledged that we are now paying the price.”

Madison presents Help a Reader: Save and Invest for Kids posted at My Dollar Plan.

imarketing4s presents How To Broker A Consolidation Service Debt Settlement posted at Free Debt Consolidation: Qualified Financial Management.

The Shark Investor presents Be Freaking Productive posted at The Shark Investor, saying, “Don’t you feel that too much productivity makes you miss the important things in life?”

KCLau presents Are you part of the NEET Generation? posted at KCLau’s Money Tips, saying, “About NEET (Not in Education, Employment or Learning), the NEET generation and why there is NEET.”

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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 — October 15, 2008

Welcome to the October 15, 2008 edition of Kids and Money. There are some gems in here. Lots of thoughtful posts! Thank you!!

Silicon Valley Blogger presents The Price Of Preschool posted at The Digerati Life, saying, “Preschool in California!”
Bay Area private schools are prohibitively expensive — about the same as Stanford!

Kun presents Mortgage Rescue Scheme – A step in the right direction? | Talk About Debt posted at Talk About Debt.
Unfortunately, we had to swallow the very bitter pill. Home values are at the heart of personal wealth. With the trillions gone in both the stock and housing markets, households feel FAR less wealthy than they were just 3 years ago. This wealth effect severely limits what a family can afford to do, greatly affecting children.

The Shark Investor presents Build Wealth By Moving Away posted at The Shark Investor, saying, “Can changing the place where you live help you become wealthier?”
We’re certainly thinking along these lines. However, we’re underwater in our home so much that it might be impossible to move without foreclosure or a short sale, which we’re loathe to do. It’s not that we can’t afford (well, until I lose my job!), but that our dollars would stretch much farther elsewhere.

Michael. presents RIAA Settles Kazaa Copyright Battle with Bronx Woman posted at International Law News, saying, “Do your kids download music online? Read this blog post to find out how to protect yourself from big lawsuits.”
When I first saw the title of this post, I almost didn’t include it in this carnival, thinking it was just another article on how to steal music. But it’s not. This is serious stuff. Your kids probably have downloaded music from a Peer to Peer site.

Kay Bell presents Kids, money and economic chaos posted at Don’t Mess With Taxes, saying, “The market meltdown is causing parents to reassess the financial education of their kids.”
Exactly!

Heather Johnson presents 100 Interactive Websites That Will Make You Forget You’re Trapped in a Cube posted at Career Overview.

KCLau presents How Fundsupermart will Revolutionize the Unit Trust Industry in Malaysia posted at KCLau’s Money Tips.

Nursery Admin presents Becoming a Nursery Assistant posted at Nursery Jobs, saying, “Some tips on becoming a nursery assistant”

One Family presents List Of Elementary Public School Textbooks – ISBN Numbers, Used And List PricesOne Family’s Blog, saying, “The posts lists the textbooks used in Elementary Public Schools in the US with full details on ISBN and pricing.”

Jamie McIntosh presents Keep Halloween Fun and Simple posted at Jamie’s Blog, saying, “Parents don’t have to break the bank for children to have a fun Halloween.”

Jim presents Should You Quit Your Job To Stay Home With Your Baby? posted at Blueprint for Financial Prosperity.
Economically speaking, probably not. For the good of the baby, ABSOLUTELY!

Card Blogger presents The Best Chase Credit Card Offers posted at Credit Card Blog.

Raymond presents The Top 5 Online Banks For High Interest Savings and Checking posted at Money Blue Book.

Livingalmostlarge presents Choosing a stay at home parent? posted at LivingAlmostLarge.

Weight Ladder / Rich Leverage presents Learning Basic Money Management Skills posted at Rich Leverage, saying, “Some basic tips for adults and kids.”

The Smarter Wallet presents Why Work At Home? Top Reasons For Staying Home To Work posted at The Smarter Wallet, saying, “A big reason why we’d work from home is to be able to spend more time with family and kids.”

Sandy Naidu presents Warren Buffet’s Advice posted at Future Nest Egg.

Michael Bass presents How to get a cell phone with no i.d., no passport, and no credit card posted at Debt Prison, saying, “I thought it would be a great idea to write an article about getting a cell phone if you don’t have a credit card, a passport, or even an i.d… These phones are called ‘pay as you go’ and work quite well.”

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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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