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What My Mom Taught Me About Money

Andrea’s note: This is a guest post from my 13 year-old son, Jayden. Please be kind! This is his first attempt at blogging and he’s a little nervous. I’d love it if you would all leave a comment – hopefully it will encourage him to do this again sometime. 🙂 My mom is always talking […]

Financial Lessons Don’t Always Come From a Book

This is a guest post from my friend and fellow blogger, Suzanne Cramer. Please make her feel welcome! The debate about whether or not personal finance should be taught in schools has been waging for years. Parents feel these are lessons that should be taught from a textbook, while teachers and administrators feel these are […]

Guest Post: I Have No Credit

This is a guest post from my friend Will at Former Banker.      I have no credit! This is not a cry for help. Heck, I’m not even in the least apologetic about it. That’s just the way it is, and will be for the foreseeable future. I have tried to get credit and […]

Four Ways to Raise Money Smart Kids

This is a guest post from Ashley at Learn Stock Market Basics. If you are interested in learning more about the stock market, stop by and see what they have to offer. They are focused on helping you find the best investments for your situation. Parents should start teaching their kids about money issues as […]

Guest Post: Questions from the Internet

This article is from Ashley over at Everything Finance. Everything Finance is a site about just that, everything related to finance. You can get information about investing, saving money, shopping, blogging, and making money online. If you like what you see there, make sure to stop by or better yet subscribe to their feed so […]