Monthly Archives: January 2014

Keeping finances above water

This deep sea diver reminds me of the need to keep finances liquid. Homeowners complain that they’re underwater. Although hurricane Sandy comes to mind because of flooding, this is not the only way that they’re underwater. Homeowners say they’re underwater … Continue reading

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Sowing Seeds of Financial Success

“Money is first and foremost a family matter. But money doesn’t come with instructions, neither do children. But the family wants to get it right. Financial education can change lives.” Candi Sparks This father and daughter bond (captured in the … Continue reading

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The Worst Financial Advice for YOU(th)

As a child, there’s no quick and easy way to achieve financial independence. It’s mostly through trial and error that children learn money management. Yes, parents, its YOUR financial trials and YOUR financial errors that are the children’s greatest teachers. … Continue reading

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Everything comes around to value

My walk through the mall was infuriating when I saw the “sale” signs. An additional 50% off already reduced prices – two weeks after the major shopping season of the year. Great news for the frugal shopper, but uneducated consumers … Continue reading

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Creative New Year Resolution about Money

This cute YouTube Video about New Year Resolutions made my day! Lots of other fun and light hearted entertainment can be found on creativequotations.com. I especially like this quote from Creative Quotations about money – “The easiest way for your … Continue reading

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