My wife and I throw a party every Memorial Day weekend. We supply our guests choices of soft and alcoholic beverages including beer. During party planning each year my wife and I discuss whether to buy cases of canned beer or a keg. The perception is … [Read more...] about Which is Cheaper: Keg or Canned Beer?
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As children grow up, they reach a point in their lives where the decisions they make begin can affect them for the rest of their lives. Events are stepping stones that can lead you in the right or wrong direction. For example, my decision to take a … [Read more...] about Teens And Money: The Long Lasting Effects Of Poor Decisions
Successfully managing your personal finances usually includes some sort of budget or spending plan, and an emergency fund. But that may not be enough. There may be another aspect that could be useful in helping a person get the most out of their … [Read more...] about Slush Fund: The Missing Piece Of A Successful Personal Finance Strategy
Children learn a lot about how to behave simply by watching their parents. One can talk endlessly with their kids, but actions speak louder than words. A parent can teach invaluable lessons about personal finance simply by making financial decisions … [Read more...] about Kids And Money: Kids Learn Personal Finance By Watching
Teaching teenagers about personal finances includes requiring them to pay for some things on their own. As a parent, part of me would like to pay for everything my son needs, allowing him to use his own funds to have as much fun as … [Read more...] about Teens And Money: What Should Teenagers Pay for?