Whether you're 8 years old or 13 years old, you need money. All kids and teens need money. These are the BEST ways to earn money as a kid!
Budgeting is like dieting. It works very well for self-disciplined people who are organized and committed to getting their financial houses in order. It doesn't work so well for the rest of us.
How to Set up a Family Budget. All you need to know to make a family budget and plan your personal finances. Step-by-Step simple and easy budgeting tips.
Amassing $10 million is easy if you sell your tech company IPO shares, buy and sell classic cars or win the lottery. If you need advice on where to spend your windfall, check out these options, listed in no particular order.
When students leave for college, it is time for them to become fully involved in their finances. They need to know about their student loans, paying bills, and how to handle checking accounts and credit cards.
Only the upper echelon of business tycoons, high-tech geniuses, entertainment and sports stars, and national lottery winners can lay their hands on $100 million. But if you’re one of them, you’ll appreciate this list of what you can buy for the money.
Tips on teaching children that money is a limited and hard-to-get resource. Ideas on how to explain where money may come from, how to save, and how to spend. Help your kids to learn about money, and they'll grow having a better feeling about bills, saving plans, and financial emergencies.
Are you buying more off-brand foods at a discount because they're more affordable? More consumers are choosing off-brand foods to save money on groceries and still enjoy tasty, quality products.
In early 2009, the food stamp program was officially renamed the supplemental nutrition assistance program, or SNAP for short. Most people are already familiar with the food stamp program, but many people are suprised to learn that they qualify...
More and more families are facing financial hardships everyday. The loss of a job, a cut in salary, an unexpected health problem leaving you unable to work, or anything else putting you in a position of financial uncertainty. You may qualify for public assistance/welfare. Please read the story...