money management

Lance Fair Child Associates: Fusing Money Management With Baseball

Lance Fair Child was not sure where baseball would take him. His love for the sport was nothing but a calling, but he listened nevertheless. Lance played the game as a young boy, and his skill continued to develop in high school. Lance went to Rowlett High School, which was in his hometown of Rowlett, […]


The Cost of a New Addition to the Family

Most people growing up dream of meeting their one true love, marrying, starting a family and living happily ever after. For some it happens and in later life they can sit back and think about the wonderful life they have had together. Sounds easy don’t it? Well it is important from the outset to stress […]


Top 5 Apps to Teach Your Children Value for Money

Today’s children have different understanding of money than the previous generations just because of their overexposure to technology. It has some disadvantages though it has so many advantages. So why don’t you make use of those advantages? By using technology you can let your children know the importance of money, ins and outs of spending, […]


3 Ways To Spice Up Your Accounts With Spreadsheets

Noting all your accounting and financial information for your business or personal finances can be a pain. Whether it’s for your accountant or financial advisor, or your own tax or financial records, it’s a chore that is difficult and sometime complicated to achieve and can become a real problem at times like accounting and tax-year […]


The Challenges Of Financing Your Business

Financing your business can be quite a challenging undertaking, but with a little research, you’ll find that there are many methods of going about the task. Whether you’re expanding a current business or looking to fund a startup, there are some tried and tested, as well as some experimental methods for raising cash. Bank Loans […]


Popular Financial Myths Debunked

The Financial Educators Council reports that the majority of educators in the United States have no formal financial training or financial education and would not be comfortable teaching a financial literacy course to students.  Most people don’t learn a lot of facts about money or their finances, which can make it really difficult to make […]


The Single Parent Financial Safety Net

At the risk of recounting anxieties here that are no doubt familiar to pretty much anyone reading this: times are tough at the moment. Being a single parent isn’t exactly a walk in the park at the best of time, but the state of the economy has further complicated the prospect of parenting without a […]


How to Holiday on a Budget

With economic uncertainty still affecting most businesses and families we are all having to still cut corners in our monthly budgets and bring down our outgoings throughout the year. More and more of us are being asked to take a salary reduction and worse still, people are being laid off from their jobs. Simultaneously people […]


Retirement Is Coming Will You Be Ready?

Retirement Is Coming Will You Be Ready?

Whether you are 25, 45 or even older, retirement is one topic that should never be too far away from your thoughts.  Even though retirement may seem far away and there seems to be so many other important things to do, it will get here.  And if you aren’t prepared and you haven’t planned for […]


Top 3 Cars for College Grads

Top 3 Cars for College Grads

Congratulations, you college graduate, you! Now that you’ve been thrown into the real world, it’s time to start making some big-kid decisions. But wait, your finances need to come first. Mommy and Daddy shouldn’t really be paying the bills for you anymore. You should start to get your finances under control as quickly as you […]


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