Debit cards for kids are helpful financial literacy tools for teaching your children about money management. Cards are typically either tied to a checking account or are reloadable prepaid cards.
Hocking Hills State Park covers 2,356-acres of Ohio State and is packed edge to edge with beautiful scenery. With a wide range of waterfalls, trails, gorges, caves, man-made structures, and gothic cliff tops – it’s hard to narrow down what you should see first.
One of the most important tools we’ve used to reach our financial goals is the use of sinking funds. You may not be familiar with the term, but sinking funds are a great way to save money for events, large purchases, and other life and financial goals. Keep reading to learn more about sinking funds can help you reach your savings goals.
Cedar Point has a special place in my heart. Growing up, our family often made the trek to Sandusky, Ohio, no matter where we were living at the time. I also worked there in the summer while in college. Cedar Point will always be “America’s Rollercoast” to me. Use this complete guide to visiting Cedar Point to plan your family’s next visit to the amusement park.
Cash envelopes were our introduction to money management. For several years, we used cash envelopes as a way to control our spending and save money. It worked for a while, but I absolutely hated monthly trips to the bank to pull out cash. Also, let’s be honest — using cash is a pain. It just is. Using a card to make payments is so much more convenient.
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.
As much as I love budgeting, I’m not convinced that I’ve found the best method for us to use going forward long term. So, despite being in a good place right now, financially speaking, we’ve decided to make a change.
WE’RE BREAKING UP WITH OUR BUDGET.