Funny how things come up at the most opportune times. For example the Christmas holiday season is when money is short and I try to hang on to every penny. This video comes along and restores my faith in how genuinely honest people are.
When it comes to marriage, or any type of long term relationship, money can be the root of some pretty jacked up arguments as far as managing your finances together. He spent this, she spent that, it's a vicious cycle that a lot of couples go through. One way that has helped my wife and I, is that we separate bank accounts.
I have (count them) eight wonderful children, five daughters and three sons. In an effort to try and teach this last child the value of money I decided I would prove to her that there is money in trash. So instead of throwing away our aluminum soda cans, we would save them and turn trash into cash. I went by Harbor Freight and purchased a can crusher for my 10 year old little princess, who began h
It's hard to believe it's already the middle of tax season. 2013 is off to a fast clip, and unfortunately this means that Tax Day is right around the corner. You could bury your head in the sand until you hit April 14 panic mode, or this year you could give yourself a burst of energy and self-confidence knowing that you met your taxes head-on. Here are money savers to get you started:
Kickstarter is a wonderful, magical place, where you can buy "luxuriously rugged" men's underpants, or help bring chocolate-dipped, pretzel-sprinkled beer-flavored marshmallows into the world. But not all of the projects people are trying to do are so awesome...