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@MoneyMatters What Is The Best Way To Save For A New Child?
I’m not having a baby right now but if I were I would get a lot of help from this article. It goes over the different items you’ll need for a baby and how you can save on them.
@Studenomics Debt Consolidation Services– What You Need To Ask
Debt consolidation is a great way to help you get rid of your debt. Unfortunately there are a lot of places out there that just want to take you for a ride. This post does a great job of going over what you should look for when trying to consolidate your debt.
@MoneyCrashers How To Prepare A Will Yourself
Every one needs one. Check out this post to see how to do it on the cheap by doing it yourself.
@MoneyNing Learning to Say “No” to Your Kids
Saying “No” to your kids really does teach discipline and teached them that you can’t always get what you want, without hard work anyway. This article goes in-depth on saying no in today’s society.
I’m a big fan of giving to those in need. My favorite charity is ModestNeeds.org, check them out. Anyways, check out this article to find out 5 other ways you can touch someones life.
@FinancialSamura Overcoming The Wall
This is a great post on being invisible at work. I think the way companies have become today is shameful. They don’t care about the person very much (there are exceptions of course). Hopefully one day that will change, but I won’t hold my breath.
@DeliverAwayDebt The Debt Destroyer | The System
I like this system because it promises a lot and I think it can deliver… and because the name is bada$$. I’m going to be sure to check out the rest of the series and you should too.