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Money Makers: Reading Corps and Math Corps

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In addition to the higher stipend, members will continue to receive free individual health insurance and up to an additional $6,300 for college tuition or student loans. Reading & Math, Inc.,

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7 Things You Should Teach Your Kids About Money

Prairie Eco-Thrifter

Although a car or college tuition may be the immediate expenses your kid is saving up for, it’s never too late to plan and prepare for a house down payment or retirement either. Teaching your kids about money is one of the best things you can do to set them up for financial success in the future. Being that financial security strategies aren’t taught in the school classroom, it’s important to sit down with your kids at home and teach them valuable lessons in financial management.

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Why I Don’t Use Credit Card Rewards Programs

Prairie Eco-Thrifter

My own sister-in-law paid for travel to Hawaii by charging her son’s college tuition (this option, by the way, is no longer available with her card company). Loyalty programs have been around for a long time. I remember the old S&H Green Stamp days when folks would paste their little green stamps (which they go from buying stuff) in a book which could then be redeemed for more merchandise available from the catalog.

Learn How to Protect Your Child’s College Fund

For the Mommas

Learn How to Protect Your Child’s College Fund. Among those photos were also pictures and stories about families sending their child off to college. Photos of teary eyed parents who scrimped and saved to send their child to college and pictures of the students who worked every summer to save for college were everywhere. Sending a child off to college is not only an emotional time for parent and student alike, it can also be a strain on the wallet and savings.

How to Avoid Impulse Spending

Prairie Eco-Thrifter

Do you want to pay cash for your child’s college tuition? First off, I would like you to take a moment to answer the following five questions. You can either write your answers down or remember them in your head. Please be honest with your answers. Does your spouse or partner complain that you spend too much money? Yes or No. Are you surprised when your credit card bill arrives at how much more you charged than you thought you had? Yes or No.

Are You Financially Ready For Kids?

Prairie Eco-Thrifter

According to an article that was published on Investment News last June, it costs approximately $235,000 to raise a child and that’s not even counting their college tuition ! 5 Ways to Start Saving for College Now Providing for Your Child’s Future Top 5 Benefits Of Home Ownership 5 Things You Should Know When Planning Your Financial Future Adult Children Living At Home – How To Approach It. Children.

Bet On Your Baby!

Nicoles Nickels

If they guess correctly, the family wins $5,000 in college tuition money, and the chance to play for $50,000! Have you been watching Bet on Your Baby , Saturdays 8/7c, presented on ABC, in partnership with Luvs ? Every parent thinks they know their baby well, but are they willing to bet on it? Bet on Your Baby is a show where parents play fun games with their toddlers, and try to “bet” on what baby will do next!

Kindergarten to College – Back to School Money Tips

Prairie Eco-Thrifter

If you know you are going to want to have a tutor for your child this year, use a college tutor. Check with your local college for students who are majoring in the subject your child needs help with. By paying college tuition at the state university with a cash back rewards credit card (and then paying the balance off before any interest charges came due!!), If you or your student are funding college expenses, be careful of where you go for money first.

Meet Jackie. She and Her Husband Paid off $147,000 in Debt | Debt Free Stories

Family Balance Sheet

We paid for braces, college tuition for my son, and did fun stuff like traveling while we were paying off debt. Welcome to Debt Free Stories. Today, I’m pleased to introduce you to Jackie. She and her husband paid off $147,000 in debt–including their home. After paying off the debt, she was able to quit her job to pursue her passion. She blogs at The Debt Myth. Tell us about you and your family. Where are you from? What do you and your spouse do for a living?

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How Saving Can Also Lead to Good Health

Saving Cents With Sense

Saving money at the grocery store , gas station , car insurance, or even college tuition are all examples of things that should be something you strive for and are eager to achieve. Guest post by Stevie Clapton. Saving money can substantially improve your health and it’s scientifically proven to do so. However, you have to adapt a frugal mindset and train your mind to experience joy and excitement when you save a dollar.

Enter the Huggies® Little Hands, Big Plans Essay Contest for a Chance to Win $5000!

Saving Cents With Sense

Helping to pay for a private school, their first car, or even starting that ever important college fund – a $5000 can go a long way. For me, as a mom of 3, I would love to win an extra $5000 to help pay for college tuition for my kiddos. This is a Sponsored post written by me on behalf of Huggies®. All opinions are 100% mine. At my baby shower for my baby girl, I asked all the guests to write a special note to her, as a keepsake for her.

15 Books to Read Before They Hit Theaters in 2015

Saving With Shellie

What It’s About: A young woman and her best (male) friend/star-crossed lover are planning to head to the States for college together when she discovers she’s pregnant after a crazy night out with the most popular boy in school. What It’s About: After failing in America, a struggling businessman heads to a rising Saudi Arabian city for a last ditch attempt to stave off foreclosure, pay his daughter’s college tuition, and do something memorable.

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