Welcome to the July 2, 2010 edition of kids and money.
Hussein Sumar presents How to Negotiate Debt Obligations with Creditors posted at Debt Consolidation, saying, "If creditors do not receive on time payments from you, they will often report your delinquency status to the major Credit Bureaus (Experian, Equifax and TransUnion). But what if you are willing to make payments to the creditors, but not the full amount they are asking for? For example, you have $15,000 of credit card debt and your minimum monthly payment is $375. However, you can only afford to pay $200 a month at the moment. How do you negotiate with your creditors so as to get the payment terms to your advantage and get negative items deleted off your credit report? That is the purpose of this article."
educationmediabits presents Taking Care of Air Conditioners and Heaters Will Save Money posted at Respiratory Therapist Schools & Career Guide.
Casey Markee presents 10 Spoiled Kids Who Hate Their Presents [Videos] posted at Party 911 Blog – Tips, Tricks And Helpful Hints For Hosting A Great Party, saying, "We’ve all received a Christmas or birthday gift we really didn’t want. But some people take their displeasure to new extremes. Check out these videos of 10 Spoiled Kids Who Hated their Presents and weren’t shy about expressing their disappointment!"
Infernios The Hoarding Dragon presents The dragon?s girth-staggering difference in investing early posted at ThunderDrake, saying, "This post elaborates on the staggering (girth staggering, even) difference between starting at different age gaps. It urges readers to begin investing (or through the alter ego's word, hoarding) sooner than later. Time is perhaps one of the most crucial elements to financial independence. Perhaps this is tangential at best, but it's true to the most important element of investing; starting younger than older. I appreciate the consideration. May the ambitions of my writing fuel your carnival's success. <3"
Gabriella White presents Kids Summer Activity List: 100 Creative and Cheap Summer Activities For Your Kids posted at Associate Degree Online, saying, "If you are lucky enough to get to be with your kids during the summertime, instead of packing them off to day care every day, you will have to deal with the inevitable cries of, “I’m bored.” Here are 100 creative, fun, and cheap things that you can do with your kids over the summer."
Amanda L. Grossman presents 9 Ideas for Some Frugal Family Fun posted at Frugal Confessions, saying, "As an adult I occasionally daydream about certain times during my childhood. When I’m in my cubicle on a summer afternoon, it’s not nostalgia for Nintendo, Gameboy, or shows from TGIF that puts a smile on my face; it’s the more homegrown fun we had."
Elizabeth presents Debt Consolidation Works Best When Financial Discipline Is Adhered To posted at Payday Loan Debt Consolidation Blog, saying, "You are happy after availing the services of a debt consolidation company and hope that now it will be convenient for you to pay off the debts. Further, you might heave a sigh of relief since all the creditors will now be handled by that company. You might be mistaken."
Anand presents Ontario Shows the Way in Payday Loan Reforms Process posted at Best Payday Loan, saying, "Online lending companies have made borrowing easy loans have become very accessible. You don’t need to worry about your credit history anymore. With the fast easy cash advance, you can repay the borrowed amount on the salary day and that will be the end of it."
Jaqueline Dornbach presents How Old Should My Child Be Before I Return To Work posted at The Young Pastor's Wife.
Isabella Smith presents 100 Tips & Tricks for Raising Seriously Smart Kids posted at Online University Lowdown, saying, "The list in the article provides a few eclectic suggestions on how to bolster a kid’s brain to keep him or her happy, healthy, and constantly growing in his or her education."
BWL presents Deciding If You Can Afford Christian School Tuition posted at Christian Personal Finance, saying, "This article looks at the challenge of affording private school tuition for your kids…"
Nathan Richardson presents Money & Life Lessons from Toy Story 3 (without spoilers) posted at Deals & Tips, saying, "Thanks for your consideration."
June Tree presents College Education Costs: Is College Worth What You Pay For It? posted at The Digerati Life, saying, "Lots of parents think about the costs of college. Here is a closer look at those costs."
Michael Pruser presents Best Savings Account for Children | Online Banking for Kids posted at The Dough Roller, saying, "Children can start a savings account anytime and the sooner the better. Here are a few great options to get them started."
Christien presents Impact of the Credit Card Act on different types of cards posted at Credit Cards Truthiness.
Karen Anderson presents 13 Timeless Finance Tips From The Bible posted at Online Christian Colleges, saying, "In fact, the Bible has over 1,000 verses that discuss money. In this article, we’ll discuss thirteen timeless pieces of financial advice straight from the Bible, as well as give you the actual Scripture references."
Random Jan presents Homeschool Headstart Bazaar 2010 posted at Creative Hemispheres, saying, "My son and I sold some of our crafts at a homeschool bazaar where he made, demonstrated, and sold his own merchandise."
Case Ernsting presents The Summer Help: Jobs in the Midwest posted at FinditLocal411 Blog, saying, "Summer jobs are a great way to teach kids responsibility and work ethic. For some great inspiration and "how-to" tips for finding these jobs, check out this post."
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