Financial planning is necessary if you want to be able to get the best out of life.
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Financial education is not something that comes to mind when talking about quality education.
When it comes to finding things to do with your family, there are a couple of criteria to keep in mind.
First comes love, then comes marriage, then comes newlywed pushing a moving dolly.
everyone knows the importance of preserving energy and how vital it is to do so if we want to lessen our harm to the environment. It can also be economical.
While the reaction in the markets to the Brexit vote has been mixed with the pound falling but business confidence apparently holding up well, what is less clear is what effect leaving the European Union will have on the average Briton.
Stay-at-home spouses get a bad rap.
One of the funniest things I hear is “do you work or are you a stay-at-home wife/husband?”
Seriously? “Do you work?”…because stay-at-home spouses don’t work.
They have it so easy. They get to watch any number of kids all day, and end up with the wonderful responsibility of making sure every square inch of the house is tidy all day, everyday. Because that’s reasonable, right?
My wife is a stay-at-home mom, and I can tell you right now: she works. Harder than I do most days, and I have a “real job.” So let’s see just how valuable stay-at-home spouses are.
Money regrets – we all have some. We’ve all made financial decisions we would ‘undo’ given half a chance. It might be the under-performing property we wished we’d passed on or that great property we wish we had really chased.
Given how important financial skills are to navigating life, and the fact that schools don’t teach children about money, as a parent here’s a few important financial lessons you can teach your child as he or she grows up: