MoviePass, at just under $10 per month for unlimited movies, sounds too good to be true for the movie lover. After all, a single evening ticket costs an average of $9.16 – up 4% Q1 of this year compared with last year. And sure enough, it looks like it is. I started this draft post […]
Kids and Money
The fourth of July can be a great, fun festive holiday without breaking the bank. Learn all about alliteration and saving money this fourth of July holiday.
Free money for kids college. Free advice. Stop on by and celebrate 529 day in style.
Today I’m excited to bring you a post all about one of my favorite subjects, saving for college. You know it’s one of my favorites because I have a whole page about it here. Bonus – this post is being brought to you courtesy of my states 529 plan, CHET – the Connecticut Higher Education […]
A lovely reader left a comment a bit ago that got me thinking – what are my early money memories? Not my experiences as a teenager opening IRA’s and reading The Wealthy Barber, but as an actual child? And how did those influence me as an adult? Find out.
For a long time, I didn’t give my kids an allowance. Now I do, but it’s a small one. Come read more about my allowance philosophy, and my debate on whether I should raise the amount.