Economic woes in the past few years have prompted many parents to become more interested in teaching their children about money management. In fact, a CouponCabin.com survey found that 47 percent of parents said it's important to teach their children about being financially savvy because, after the most recent recession, they want their children to be properly prepared for the future.Read Full Story
Want to save some green while shopping for the most stylish finds? Join the club. When you shop on a budget, think of it this way: You're still shopping, still getting retail therapy -- you're just setting limits. You're thinking style, not trend. Must-have versus nice-to-have. Necessity versus want.Read Full Story
Anytime is the right time to teach kids the value of money. Older kids, especially, are subjected to constant media and peer pressure to keep up with the latest trends which results in most children learning to associate money with spending rather than saving. Children are watching money magically be ejected out of machines and transactions made via the internet, making it difficult to grasp the concept of where money comes from, how much you can afford to spend and how to save.Read Full Story
Times are tough, and a girl can't always spend the money she wants on beauty upkeep. No worries, though. We've got a few tips in mind that will help you save a bit of dough when it comes to hair products. No, we're not completely stingy -- we just believe in saving money where we can so we can spend it on other fun items like a girlfriend's getaway or a pair of must-have heels!Read Full Story
Love is in the air... but what to do when your budget is limited? Sure, you're probably stressed about the pressure to indulge and overspend to show how much you care. But don't worry -- ING Direct USA shared with SheKnows a few fun tips to help you show your sweetie pie how much you care.Read Full Story
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