When our children were eight and ten years old, my husband had a great-paying job as a computer programmer/engineer for a manufacturing company. Prior to this job, we were struggli...
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4 Myths Concerning Consumer Debt
1. Debt- Management vs. Consumer Credit Counseling programs — it’s all the same.
Debt-Management — involves helping consumers develop a budget and the discipline to make steady payments to clear their debt loads. The Consumer controls their own money. In a word, it…
Update: Thanks for the advice everyone!! We went with easy to care for plants that I thought were pretty.
I’m pretty happy with our results!
I learned SOOO much about landscaping!
If you’re a novice like me, here’s a guide:
Does spending more money on your kids’ athletic participation equal your kids having a better experience playing sports? OR does it enhance your kids’ chances at a college scholarship or a coveted pro position someday?
The researchers at Utah State’s Families in Sport Lab thought it would, so…
Check out our parent’s guide to kids and money. Help put your children on the road to handling money responsibly.
1. When it comes to teaching kids about money, the sooner the better.
Up until they start earning a living, and sometimes well beyond that, kids are apt to…
Americans are loaded with credit-card debt.
The average American household has nearly $5047.00 per credit-card debt (in 2013), according to CreditCards.com, and the average interest rate runs in the mid- to high teens at any given time.
Some debt is bad.
Don’t use a credit…