I would suspect some of our listeners are in their cars moving between shopping malls right now. As harried as you are why not give the kids in the back seat a money lesson.
When you mention gifting what usually comes to mind is a birthday or Christmas. What I’d like to talk about today is giving it away.
If you have not done any retirement planning or if you have not saved enough for retirement, tomorrow, as everyone is seated around the table, decide which kid you want to live with in your old age.
Let’s focus on mom today because most often it is our mother we will probably help in her declining years, for she has outlived dad.
Thanksgiving week is a perfect time to celebrate families, so I thought this week would be an opportune time to talk about families and money.
Finding the perfect the gift for some folks on your list is hard. Cash always pleases. It certainly is quick, easy, and never returned.
Can you really save on Christmas spending? Giving to fewer recipients is a good start.
Today it’s about your discretionary expenses. This is stuff you have more control over than a fixed mortgage payment.
There are many small life style changes you can make to save big money, so let’s look at your fixed expenses.
Saving money does not mean you have to deprive yourself of the things you like to do. If you deprive yourself of all of the fun stuff in life you will never stick to a savings plan.