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Kids and Money

Where Are Your Kids Learning About Money?

Kids learn about a lot of subjects in school, but personal money management isn’t on the agenda. By the time they finish high school, they won’t have been taught basic financial survival skills such as budgeting, paying bills on time, saving for retirement or even balancing a check book. They won’t learn any of that […]

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10 Things Your Baby Doesn’t Need that Can Fund Their College Education.

I want to share my sage parenting advice to you would be or soon to be parents. The amount of products the corporate juggernauts are advocating for the health and well being of your baby is staggering. Here’s a secret: You don’t need most of them. I’ll never forget the day I walked into a […]

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Why My Kids will Drive a Piece of Crap

I’m going to warn you right now, if you’re one of “those” people that feel you need to buy a baby wipe warmer to clean your precious little one’s hindquarters you may just want to move on today, WiseBreads got some nice stuff going, but if you’re not, read on. The Beginning You see that […]

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