Teaching Your Little one to Save Like a Pro
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Teaching Your Little one to Save Like a Pro

When it comes to saving money, a little know-how, some commitment, and practice all make the task easier as time goes on. Setting your child up with the opportunity to start saving money from a young age is an awesome way to ensure that they are prepared to make smart saving and investing decisions once they start working as an adult in the real world. Assigning paid tasks around the house and using jars as “bank accounts” for saving and spending is an effective foundation to start with. Here, you’ll learn tips, tricks, and techniques that can be implemented as your little one ages to accommodate their learning abilities and maximize their chance of saving success in the future.


Teaching Your Little one to Save Like a Pro

  • Why It's Going To Get Harder For People To Get A Home Loan

    28 December 2017

    Perfect credit and a downpayment of twenty percent of the total purchase price; that is how it used to be if you wanted to buy a house. Unfortunately, it meant that many people were never able to buy their first home because it took them far too long to save the downpayment, and by then their credit was only so-so. When government programs and alternative mortgage lending programs came along, almost everyone could buy a home.

  • 4 Benefits To Taking Out Commercial Construction Loans

    30 October 2017

    If you're looking to start your own construction business, you may be wondering how to even get started. An important issue is the costs associated with starting and running a business. One way that many people help offset the costs of a business is with the use of commercial construction loans. If you're thinking about taking out a loan, keep reading to better understand the benefits to taking out commercial construction loans. 

  • Four Things To Avoid Before You File For Bankruptcy

    18 September 2017

    Filing for bankruptcy isn't considered a pleasant task, but the relief you will feel once the proceedings are over can be well worth the stress. Unfortunately, there are things you may unwittingly do before you even file the bankruptcy paperwork that can have a negative effect on the process. Knowing what they are can help you avoid them: #1: Leave your retirement investments alone It can be tempting to drain your retirement account to try and pay off some debts, but it will backfire unless you know it will pay off everything and that there is no danger of going back into debt.

  • Las Vegas Vacation Arrests: 4 Considerations When Getting Bail Bonds

    31 March 2016

    What happens in Vegas could go on your permanent record, especially if you've broken a law and find yourself in the nearest county jailhouse. While on vacation, it can feel scary and intimidating when you're stuck in a jail cell far away from your home. Instead of panicking, you can rely on bail bonds services to get you out of jail until your court dates. When using a bail bond service while on a Vegas vacation, there should be several considerations that you are a aware of.

  • 3 Things Every First-Time Homebuyer Needs To Know Before Buying A Home

    28 March 2016

    Owning a home is said to be the American dream. If you have finally decided that you are tired of renting and would rather enjoy a slice of that dream pie, you are not alone. As of 2013, 64.9% of the American population owned their own home. However, as a first-time homebuyer, there are some things you need to know before you terminate your rental contract and finalize your purchase decision.