Monthly Archives: September 2010

Information Overload

With all of the electronic devices people use, in addition to books, newspapers, magazines, movies, advertisements, etc., it’s no surprise that adults feel that their attention is constantly diverted by something new. Katy Reid wrote an informative, yet entertaining article … Continue reading

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Digital Kids

Teaching your children how to manage money isn’t easy. Do you give them an allowance? How much should you give? Do you require them to save? Do you have them pay for things you believe are non-essential? There are lots … Continue reading

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How to be a Real Cheapskate

In a recent online article called “20 Rules to Live by for Cheapskates” there were three notions that stood out for me. Consider the writers’ thoughts before you make any purchase. Think about the real cost of what you buy. … Continue reading

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Are you Ready?

September is National Preparedness Month, an annual event sponsored by the Ready Campaign, in partnership with Citizen Corps and the Ad Council. The purpose is to encourage you to prepare for emergencies at home, at work and in your community. … Continue reading

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