This April I am participating in the "A to Z" Challenge! This means that each day except Sunday I will be posting articles using the letters A to Z. It should be lots of fun. The letter of the day is: A. The word of the day is action!
It is magnificent to take action to improve the financial health of your business. Everyone has heard stories about celebrities, athletes or trust fund babies who have lost millions of dollars due to their inability to have a clear understanding of… Continue
Added by Janeane Davis on April 15, 2013 at 2:08pm —
My twenty over paid posts are finally published! After more than a week doing all the "writing" and advertising for some keywords, I can now breathe a sigh of relief.... You know, humans like me are funny.. When I didn't get any paid posts to write about, I feel kind of feeling empty... you know, no money rolling in... something is… Continue
Added by Reanaclaire on May 1, 2012 at 11:06am —
Infinite Exposure - Guest Review by Matthew Morrison
Roland Hughes creates an intriguing jambalaya with his latest offering: Infinite Exposure. He mixes the raw carnage of high finance… Continue
Added by Martha A. Cheves on September 21, 2011 at 5:44pm —
Added by Chasity Munn on April 29, 2011 at 11:01am —
This is a tough question... On one hand it may be a bit confusing to tie allowance directly to chores because we should be teaching our kids to help around the house when its needed, not just when it is part of their "to do" chores. Also, it can be very easy for parents to lose track of the chores that have actually been completed. A… Continue
Added by Kristy Canton on January 4, 2011 at 3:23pm —
"Tengo un gato en mis pantalones.... You really need to learn to speak Spanish so we can talk around the kids without them knowing what we're saying." Words actually spoken by my best friend this morning.
But, wait. This is Tucson. My kids
may not be able to understand what's going on if we speak Spanish, but everyone else's kids around us will. And, I don't think something's quite right. Did you just teach me to say "I have a cat in my pants"?
Added by Morgan M on November 2, 2010 at 6:34pm —
This weekend I had the tedious chore of reconciling our latest credit card bill. Usually it’s pretty easy but this month I noticed a charge from an Internet company that wasn’t familiar. In fact, the charge description only provided an 866 phone number. So being due diligent, I called the number. Low and behold, it was a “store front” billing company and it was unable to let me know the… Continue
Added by Megan Rebelo on October 18, 2010 at 1:15pm —
When I was in my late teens and early twenties, I’d easily spend $300 on a Coco Chanel wallet or Tiffany card case. And that evening, it was nothing to drop another hundred on dinner with friends. Sears, Kmart, Target and “the Walmart” were definitely off my shopping radar. After all, only poor people shopped those places.
When I look back at all the…
Added by Nikola Hartmann on September 14, 2010 at 12:35pm —
Added by Briana Ford on August 24, 2010 at 2:54pm —
With the holidays right around the corner, I as well as many others have thought about what, who, when and where our dollars and cents will be going to. So with that in mind, I wanted to share some helpful personal finance tips that may give you an AHA! moment and get you on track to financial freedom.
Keep in mind; I by no means am a financial expert. I am just an average woman, wife and mother enduring the some of the same financial conflicts… Continue
Added by Jessie Nuez on November 22, 2009 at 2:30pm —
Very happy to be posting here after following on Twitter for quite some time!
I'm looking for comments and input from other Mom's on how you are saving money and cutting costs
in the household budgets.
I'd love to exchange links with other Mom Bloggers out there too!
Added by Sylvia Marino on October 25, 2008 at 9:22pm —
Categories: Cool Tips
Moms and dads always want to produce smart children. In the article “12 Ways to Make Your Kids Financially Savvy,” the Wall Street Journal assists with that chore by teaching families how to deal with dollars. Making tykes choose between a treat or a dollar and telling family stories related to monetary issues are just a few ways the piece guides eager parents. “What I am striving to do is set expectations,” notes author Jonathan Clemens. His teenagers were… Continue
Added by Janelle Tsai on October 7, 2008 at 9:36am —