Whenever I see my son being generous to other kids with his food or toys, or confidently expressing himself, I like to think that our efforts are paying off: we’ve taught him about sharing, without making him feel deprived, and that his opinion is valued.
Money management for kids is important because this wisdom is something they will carry into their adulthood and mold the person they are. If you want your kids to be smart about money, you first have to make them understand the value of it.
You only get married once in your lifetime, but you certainly do not want to burn a hole in your pocket just to exchange “I do’s”. Good news is, you don’t have to! Just like a business, a wedding should be taken from an income and expenditure mindset. How do you maximize your revenues while minimizing costs? Read to know more.
Do you know which heroic financial decisions can save your day? Read on to find out!
Since buying a senseless (albeit gorgeous!) purchase has been eliminated from my options on what to spend my money on, I am now left with a conundrum to solve: what should I do with my windfall?
Personal Finance. Investments. Inflation. These are big words for most, but when you look at them in a different light, you’ll see that they can be learned in a few simple ways.
Working for so many years but still find yourself living from paycheck to paycheck? Read on to find ways for non-savers to know how to save money.
Investing is for everyone! That has been our mantra since way back the early years of our marriage. Our young sons and even members of our household staff have investments