Parents call my radio show all the time and say, “Dave, my teenager thinks money grows on trees. What do I do?” “Dave, we’re still supporting our 25-year-old son, what do we do?” “Dave, how do I teach my kids about money?” Read on; I’ll show you.
Posts Tagged: budgets
With a little bit of homework, building or remodeling a home can be a delightful experience. Yes, we said delightful!
In honor of Energy Awareness Month, find out how the way you live at home can protect the environment and your bank account. Practical tips can bring your home up to date.
Should they earn it or merely get it? How about paying for good grades? What is the “right” way to handle allowances? Read on, parents, and teach your children a lifetime of responsible money management. Money is burning a hole in my son’s pocket. Yes, he just received his weekly allowance, and as soon as… Read more »
You’ve spent a lot of time doing your homework, planning for your family’s vacation this coming summer, right?
In an online publication called Kids, Cash, Plastic and You: A Guidebook for Families on Mastering Money, the writers from Mastercard International and the U.S. Consumer Affairs say that cold, hard cash is quickly becoming “as outdated a form of money as livestock.” The article also says that “cash and checks make up most of… Read more »
When it comes to shopping, Middle Tennesseans do it best. There are a variety of stores to match all budgets at all of these area malls.
Make your child‘s special day nice without spending a lot – it‘s in your attention to details!
The holiday season is now behind us, along with memories of familiar foods, family and … debt?
Schools and fundraising go together like milk and cookies. In order to provide the very best for our children, we need to buck up and give it a go.