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Business & Money
by Deborah-Diane
8 years ago
Financial Literacy for Kids

Teaching your kids how to manage money may be one of the most important skills they will ever learn. It is a process that begins when they are preschoolers, and their education will not be over until they are independent enough to leave home.

Business & Money
by Deborah-Diane
8 years ago
Smart Money Tips for Happier Couples

Stop fighting! There are better ways to handle money. Whether you are a newly married couple, or have been together for a long time, not knowing how to budget and handle money can often be a major stressor and the source of many disagreements. However, there are some smart money tips that have been passed down in our family and that can help both of you learn how to come up with a budget, manage your income, save money and reduce the conflict in your relationship.

Business & Money
by Deborah-Diane
8 years ago
Investment and Money Management for Kids

Even young children can begin to be taught about savings accounts. By elementary school, they will be interested in learning about the stock market. Teach your children basic money management strategies that will last their lifetimes.

Business & Money
by Deborah-Diane
9 years ago
Easy Ways to Save Money on a Tight Budget

Saving money is important for everyone in this economy. This article gives practical, realistic ways you can save money on groceries, clothing, utilities and more. For anyone trying to survive in tough times, this article could give you some excellent solutions.

Business & Money
by Deborah-Diane
9 years ago
Starting a FOREX Investment Club

If you are considering starting an investment club, consider creating a FOREX Investment Club rather than a general investment club. FOREX refers to the foreign currency exchange market, and will open up your horizons to investing in foreign currencies around the world.

Business & Money
by Deborah-Diane
9 years ago
Financial Advice for College Students

Most new college freshmen only have limited financial knowledge. If they will be living on their own in a dorm or apartment, however, they have to quickly learn to handle credit, deal with student loans, and prepare for adulthood.

Business & Money
by Deborah-Diane
8 years ago
Easy Ways to Earn Money from Home

If you want to earn money from home, you may be surprised at the large variety of money making opportunities you can find in your own community, whether you own a computer or not. Make money quickly, or choose passive income that will keep paying you for years.

Business & Money
by Deborah-Diane
7 years ago
Retirement Planning for All Ages

Whether you are planning to retire in 10 years or 30 years, find out how to prepare so that you feel confident and relaxed when the time comes. Almost anyone can retire in their 60's, as long as they have taken the smart steps in advance.

Technology
by Deborah-Diane
9 years ago
Deborah-Diane's InfoBarrel Earnings

How much does an average internet writer earn? Although many people earn much more than Deborah-Diane, she is fairly typical of the average newcomer to the field. Check her earnings on just one website (InfoBarrel) from time to time, and see how much she earns, and how much her income increases over the years.

Lifestyle
by Deborah-Diane
9 years ago
How to Avoid Charity Scams

Making donations to charitable organizations is a commendable act. However, you want to be sure you avoid charity scams and fraud. Learn how to support legitimate charities when you donate money.

Business & Money
by Deborah-Diane
9 years ago
The Long and the Short of Understanding Investment Terms

Are you confused when people start using investment terms, but you don't want to admit you don't know what they are saying? This helpful article will clear up some of the more confusing terms you hear. If you have just signed up for your first 401K, or purchased your first stocks, you may realize that there are a lot of investment terms that you don't understand, and you're embarrassed to ask what they mean. When I...

Lifestyle
by Deborah-Diane
9 years ago
You Can Have a Career as a Freelance Writer

Many people dream of becoming online freelance writers. Thanks to the large number of resources available today on the internet, that dream can now be a reality. Legitimate writing opportunities are available throughout the internet.

Lifestyle
by Deborah-Diane
8 years ago
Top 10 Ways To Save Money On A Wedding

Wedding can be one of the most expensive, extravagant events in your life. However, there are some practical ways to save money and still have a lovely, memorable event that you can share with your family and friends.

Business & Money
by Deborah-Diane
9 years ago
Bank Failures and FDIC Insured Accounts

What happens to your FDIC insured bank account if your bank fails? Is there a reason to panic? While it may be normal to feel frightened if this happens to your local bank, you'll be glad to know that the worse you will experience will probably be some inconvenience.

Business & Money
by Deborah-Diane
9 years ago
Ethical Investment for the Socially Responsible Investor

If you are a socially responsible investor, with strong family values, who also believes that we need to be good world citizens, learn how you can make money for your family and invest in ways that improve the world at the same time.

Lifestyle
by Deborah-Diane
8 years ago
Budget for a $50,000 Wedding with 250 Guests

If you are having a large wedding with about 250 guests, and have about a $50,000 budget, how much should you spend for different aspects of the wedding and reception? This article will help you learn how to plan a realistic wedding budget and stick with it.

Business & Money
by Deborah-Diane
8 years ago
Home Improvement Financing Ideas

Whether you are making home improvements in order to sell the home, make repairs, or increase energy efficiency, these home improvements may need to be financed. Learn more about your home improvement financing options.

Home & Garden
by Deborah-Diane
8 years ago
Home Improvement Products that Transform Your Home and Some to Avoid

Looking for inexpensive home improvement products to enhance the beauty of your home? What projects should you avoid or postpone because of the cost? This article will help you get the most for your money when it comes to making home improvements.

Business & Money
by Deborah-Diane
8 years ago
How to Get a Free Credit Report

Free Credit Reports are often advertised on the radio; however, sometimes they are just trying to use the offer of a credit report in order to get you to sign up for their service. Fortunately, there are ways that you can get a free credit report, several times a year, and not have to pay fees.

Lifestyle
by Deborah-Diane
9 years ago
How to Decide if a Wedding Credit Card is Right for You

Should you use a special wedding credit card to pay for your wedding expenses? This article will help you make that decision, and determine which credit cards might be best. In addition, it gives practical solutions for other ways to pay for and manage your wedding expenses.

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