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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 believe in filling our lives with experiences instead of things.

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  • 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.

  • So, you’ve decided to take the famjam to the # 8 experience WORLDWIDE, Niagara Falls! 

    This natural wonder of the world has exploded over the years into a tourist mecca, that ranges from absolute cheese ball to stunning natural beauty. 

    And it’s ALL fun. 

    I’m breaking down the major things to do and see, and what you don’t want to miss when planning your family vacation. 

  • Are you new to investing and have no idea where to start? Do you have limited money to invest, but want to dip your head into the market?

    For novice investors, it is best to save and diversify your money when investing. Diversification will allow you to invest in multiple market areas. For example, if large company stocks take a dip, fixed income would be in your favor.

  • Online deals are offers for discounts on almost anything you need to dole out money for. Dining out, entertainment, shopping, goods and services, travel. You name it. In this age of digital everything, online deals are available for so many products and services. But it starts with awareness that these offers exist and some willingness to go looking for them.

  • Growing up, I heard varying opinions on credit cards. Aunts and uncles told me never to have one and to stick to debit cards. My parents told me to have two, so I could build credit. Financial advisors told me only to use cash for purchases to cut down on spending. 

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