Key Ways Promo Codes Are Helping People Financially

Promo and coupon codes are revolutionizing the way that shoppers are behaving, especially moms. Shopping without a coupon or promo code can even be seen as throwing money down the drain. Why pay for the full price of an item that you can have at a discount? In one shopping trip, the savings may not…

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3 Steps: Don’t Sacrifice Retirement For College Savings

Does your 12-year-old have a burgeoning desire to become a veterinarian? Do you have a four-year-old who wants to “build big things?” My kids are six and three. They’re already set on becoming a ballet teacher and a tractor driver (yes, a tractor driver!) and like many parents, I’ve taken a stab at saving for…

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Setting financial goals and moving from stress to confidence

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Setting financial goals Although life in 2016 was stressful, we were able to capture the magic of Christmas that makes it my very favorite time of the year. We slowed down in December, spending our afternoons baking, committing random acts of kindness, and enjoying our favorite traditions.  This article discusses the importance of setting financial…

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Chores & Allowance Revisited {Plus a Printable Time Card for Kids!}

I've shared our philosophy about chores and allowance in the past, but I thought I would revisit the topic now that I'm the mom of three -- soon to be four! -- elementary-age kids and not a whole slew of preschoolers. For us, chores and allowance offer opportunities to teach the girls about responsibility, team…

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