This “ Kids Teach Us Better Financial Management “ describes what kids teach their parents. I should say, this post describes what parents need to learn from their kids.
This “50+ Money Tips (for Making and Saving Money)” post contains money tips from some of my favorite personal finance bloggers. I thank them for providing these wonderful insights on how to make and save money. The contributors in this post include Matt of Distilled Dollar, Pamela of My Money Counts, Stefan of The Millennial Budget, Kumiko of The Budget Mom, and Rob of Money Nomad. This post contains affiliate links/ads. See disclosure policy.
This post details how we live off well on under $31,000 a year. In this post, I detail how we are able to save money, what we get for FREE, and what the highest and lowest expenses we have. This post contains affiliate links/ads. See disclosure policy. For the past couple of weeks or months, I’ve been…
This ” 10 Blog Posts To Improve Managing Your Finances ” post is a compilation of posts that I read and featured on The Practical Saver over the past couple of moths. Over the past couple of months, I have read posts and shared articles from the personal finance blog world that I believe would be beneficial to the readers.
This ” Money Saving Strategies : How I Earned $3,241.15 In 4 Months” post describes what my wife and I adopted to make additional income apart from my day-job income. This post contains affiliate links.
This “ Couponing for Newbies: Challenges in Couponing “ describes the common couponing experiences that newbies go through. This post is meant to give newbies a taste of what they are likely to experience the first few times they transact using coupons. Better yet, they can use this information to avoid experiencing the challenges in couponing.