Even before your little one is born, you start to worry about her future. The expenses that children have -- especially large ones like college -- can quickly add up, so it's smart to look into investment plans for kids. When you invest small amounts regularly, those investments can grow into a much larger amount of money for your child's future. Types A traditional savings … [Read more...] about Investment Plans for Kids
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The following is a guest post from Teri Gault, Lifestyle expert, money-saving guru, and CEO & founder of The Grocery Game. As CEO of TheGroceryGame, busy mom of two and wife, I love to celebrate the holidays and enjoy time with my family. Nothing is better than that, although the frosting on the cake is being able to have the best of the best without spending a fortune. … [Read more...] about Scary Good Ways to Save Money on Your Halloween Party!
It's funny how the universe sends us messages often in scary ways. This morning David and I got into a car accident - we're ok, thank God!!! 10 seconds later and it would have been a different story. It happened on a dangerous stretch of the PCH and could have been 100 times worse. Thankfully I forgot something at home and that small delay changed the course of our day. I … [Read more...] about Reminder To Slow Down
With the abundance of costumes, creepy settings and candy, it is no surprise that Halloween is a popular holiday among children. If your kids are like most, they likely delight in taking in spooktacular fun at the end of each October. To enhance your children's enjoyment of this holiday, without adding to their sugar buzz, you can organize an array of Halloween games. These … [Read more...] about Fun Halloween Games for Kids
Although most parents are financially savvy enough to save for their retirement, saving for their children sometimes takes the back burner. With limited cash on hand and the feeling that the children will be young forever, most put off building a substantial investment portfolio for their child. But with government incentives and expert advice, there are some great options to … [Read more...] about How to Build Your Child’s Investment Portfolio