Articles related to family finances and productivity.
“Hey honey, I want a motorcycle.”
“But I want a kitchen remodel.”
“Umm, but I want a motorcycle.”
“SWEETIE. WE CAN’T DO BOTH”
He wants the motorcycle. She wants the kitchen remodel. How to decide?
When you and your spouse talk about money, there’s potential for
arguments disagreements, value clashes, and colorful conversation (to put it lightly).
This step-by-step guide will help you two figure out how to make a budget work for your life together.
This is the final article in this 3 part series.
Have you added some of these tips to your life?
After you read these last 7, feel free to add more tips in the comments.
Today you will learn some great tips on saving money with babies and saving money while shopping.
Here are the last 7 tips (tips 15 through 21)…
Continuing on with this 3 part series, I bring you part 2!
If you missed part 1, don’t worry!
You can check it out here.
Today you will get some great tips for saving on medical expenses, as well as saving on day-to-day stuff that parents are fortunate enough to deal with.
Here are the next 7 tips (tips 8-14) for child-proofing your finances…
From door handles to baby gates to the cabinets under the sink, we do a thorough job of child-proofing our homes.
But do we make sure our finances are child-proof?
With children come new expenses. Expenses that can get out of control if we don’t have a plan.
This 3 part series is part of that plan.
Here are the first 7 tips for child-proofing your finances…
You are your child’s first teacher.
We need to be instilling the “right mindset” even if we don’t have all of the “right information”.
Start instilling the right mindset by watching what you say and possibly changing what you say.
These are 4 things that you should never say to your children about money…
How often do you talk about money in your home? What do you teach your kids about money?
Money can be somewhat of a taboo subject. The worse-off someone is financially, the more they don’t want to talk about money and that can make things even worse.
Financial problems don’t just go away by not talking about them.
You’ve heard “the first step to recovery is admitting you have a problem”? That applies to money too!
Don’t be afraid to talk about money.