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BECOME A FINANCIALLY FIT FAMILY

Family Money Adventure was created so we could share our money and life lessons with you. Our hope is to help families learn and grow. We want to help you to achieve the family and financial life that’s only existed in your dreams.

Family

4 kids and 17 years of marriage we have found out a thing our two about how to build a functional family lifestyle and we share that here with you.

Money

Learn how to manage your family money better. From budgeting to traveling on the cheap, we write about covers all things family finance.

Adventure

We have created a life that allows us more time (and money) to do the things we love including travel. We value experiences over things.

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  • If you are a beginner and want to create an online business, you should consider selling your products on eBay. This article will explain how to sell items on eBay in 2020. This information will guide you, let you know what to expect, and increase your chances of success.

  • September is Suicide Prevention Awareness Month. Honestly, it’s not a topic I’ve had to deal with much in my life until this past year. I’m not getting into specifics out of respect for others, but we had someone in our extended family commit suicide this past year. I wasn’t incredibly close to him at this stage in our lives beyond our friendship through social media. But that doesn’t make the reality of what happened any less horrific.

  • The Anti-Budget is a possible solution for people who hate having a budget. But is it possible to have a budget…that’s not a budget…but is still a budget? Here’s an in-depth look at the anti-budget, how it works, and why it could be the key to unlocking budgeting success. 

  • Having an emergency fund is vital if you want to take control of your finances. But how do you set aside several months’ worth of expenses if you’re paying off existing debt or struggling to make ends meet? Buy setting up a starter emergency fund.

  • As your teen grows his or her financial independence through part-time jobs, you will naturally begin to wonder when the right time will be to get your child a spending card of his or her own. Hopefully, you realize teenagers are too young for actual credit cards, so you are wondering about a debit card.

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