Budget Tips

What will you teach your kids about money through your actions? Your children are watching you. Not in a creepy way, just in an observational way. And let me tell you, children pick up on a lot of little things (behaviors, beliefs, traits) from their parents. If you want to teach your kids about money, there are a few things

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There’s a lot of psychology that goes into selling, and avoiding overspending requires an understanding of that psychology to reverse-engineer our way out of it. Each of these money-saving methods stop selling tactics in their tracks. 1. Start and Maintain a Budget Maybe you’ve started a budget before and fell off the wagon. I know in the beginning, budgeting didn’t

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Savvy shoppers know that coupons for meat are few and far between — but that doesn’t mean we still can’t save on this grocery budget buster!  To make your dollar stretch farther, here are some great tips on how to save money on meat: 1. Look for “Special Deal” stickers. Grocery stores will discount their meat that is close to the sell date by as much as

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Whether it’s a new toy, a day at the arcade or the newest i”Gadget”, children will learn quickly that saving money is necessary to get things they want or want to do. Learning at an early age that money is earned and has more than just a monetary value can instill great money-saving habits in your children for life.  Here are 7 tips for

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With the end of July quickly approaching, those of us with college-aged children must start switching gears from summer mode to school mode.  College is a huge expense that affects not only the parents but their new college-bound kid as well.  To help ease some of those costs, here are my top 10 ways on how to save on college: 1. Contact

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