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Teaching children the value of money Teaching children the value of money
by Gregory Thomas
We take it for granted that children know how money gets into our wallets. The tips below will guide you through teaching your children the value of money. Now I'm not referring to the value of stocks and bonds, compounding interest, or the current market value of a U.S. dollar. What every child should be taught at some time is: the purpose of jobs (how we earn money), saving for goals (how to save money), limit needless spending (how to budget).
 
Save Money Going Out Save Money Going Out
by Gregory Thomas
It seems as though whenever we go out for the night, it costs much more than we originally intended to spend. Having a 'night on the town' shouldn't cost you a whole weeks salary.
 
Before Getting A New Cellular Phone Before Getting A New Cellular Phone
by Gregory Thomas
It seems like these days there are a million and one different cellular phones and plans on the market all claiming to be the best. How in world do you decide on which one to signup with?
 
Your 2004 New Year's Resolution--save more money! Your 2004 New Year's Resolution--save more money!
by Gregory Thomas
Are you planning on a "New Year's Resolution" to start saving more money in 2004? Like any resolution, unless some action is taken on your part, nothing will ever change.
 
Organize Your Children and Save Your Sanity Organize Your Children and Save Your Sanity
by Gregory Thomas
It may be difficult to relate saving money with organization but the two terms really go hand in hand. If you are able to organize right down to the smallest detail, then not only will you save yourself countless panic headaches, but you will have more time on your hands allowing yourself to be more productive and get more accomplished.
 
10 steps to improve your financial situation 10 steps to improve your financial situation
by Gregory Thomas
Here are ten tips you can use to help improve your personal financial situation and inevitably save more money: 1) Pay Yourself Weekly. This may seem a bit odd, but this is an excellent way to start building a substantial savings. On a weekly basis, pay yourself $25-$50 and immediately put it in a safe place. You can even open a special savings account where this weekly "payday" can be placed to help minimize or eliminate impulsive spending...
 
Finally Tackling the Finally Tackling the "Spring Cleaning" Task
by Gregory Thomas
It may seem a bit odd to relate saving money to a clean household, but you would be surprised to learn the impact one has on the other. When you have a clean, organized household, you'll have more...
 
Taking control of your kitchen  Taking control of your kitchen 
by Gregory Thomas
Those who keep a watchful eye on where their money is spent, have long conquered the kitchen woes. No last minute panic trips to the market. No longer needing the "give-the-kids-$20-for-fast-food" solution. This is no longer a problem or even a concern for the "Kitchen Master". You too can be a 'Master Of Your Kitchen'. All it takes is...
 
Eight Steps to Tackle the Money-Saving Process (Part 8) Eight Steps to Tackle the Money-Saving Process (Part 8)
by Gregory Thomas
All throughout this money saving journey you want to keep this process as organized and structured as possible. You'll find that a lack of organization will not only frustrate and make things more difficult for you, but it will be nearly impossible to track your results. Tracking your results is one of the MOST important steps to the money saving process. If you do not track the results from your money saving efforts, the money you save will never be set aside and put towards your pre-established GOAL.
 
Eight Steps to Tackle the Money-Saving Process (Part 7) Eight Steps to Tackle the Money-Saving Process (Part 7)
by Gregory Thomas
Anyone who has tasted success, has in some way or another taken into account the "three R's" - Review, Revise, Retry. How do I know this? Reason being, nobody is perfect, so no one will be able to do a perfect, flawless job on the first attempt in anything whether it's for work or pleasure. This is nothing to be ashamed of, it's just a fact. We as humans have flaws and are imperfect. But our determination, creativity, and willingness to adapt, allow us to achieve the things we set our minds on.
 
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