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Finance

Why Everyone Should Have a ‘Guilt-Free Spending’ Savings Account

A lot of you have likely seen the Tweet that says, “You don’t go to Target when you need something. You go to Target and let Target tell you what

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My 2-Step Process to Maximize the Free Activities in my Kids’ Schedule

In the beginning of motherhood, I was worried. I thought that if I couldn’t afford to travel or pay for a lot of stuff, then our lives would be void

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4 Great Budgeting Apps to Track Your Finances

Being able to track your spending allows you to find holes in your budget and find areas where you may need to cut back. Northeast Ohio Parent blogger Kevin Payne, of Family Money Adventure, shares some budgeting mobile apps that could help your family's finances. ...
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One Way to Teach Teens Credit Card Basics

Do you want to teach your teen how to responsibly use a credit card, but don’t want to open a new account in their name? One available feature allows you

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The Number 1 Thing to do Before Buying an Annual Membership

About a week ago, my friend invited the twins and me on a visit to an amazing museum in Cleveland. Given that it was a holiday, I asked her if

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Spending vs. Saving: The Careful Balance

In almost every relationship there is a spender and a saver. I can pretty much guarantee you already know which one is you and which one is your partner. Who

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Here’s to the Beginning of Frugal Living!

Hi, y’all!

I am super stoked to be introducing myself as the newest addition to the Northeast Ohio Parent blogging team (insert happy dance)!  read more

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Ways to Budget and Save on the Costs of Summer Camp

If you plan to send your child to camp this upcoming summer, the best thing you can do as a parent is plan ahead. Although camp is months away, you

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The Best Ways to Save Using Groupon and LivingSocial

Two of the tools that I use to create fun experiences with the twins are Groupon and LivingSocial.   read more

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How to Teach High School Students About Money

There’s no better time to impart critically important financial lessons on your children than when they are teenagers. read more

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