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Publication Kids and Money: Getting Money
Part of a financial newsletter for kids and parents, this issue explores sources of money for kids.
Located in Personal & Family Finance
Publication Kids and Money: Value for Your Money
Part of a financial newsletter for kids and parents, this issue explores getting value for money.
Located in Personal & Family Finance
Publication text/texmacs Kids and Money: Bank Accounts
Part of a financial newsletter for kids and parents, this issue explores bank accounts.
Located in Personal & Family Finance
Publication Kids and Money: Keeping Track of Your Money
Part of a financial newsletter for kids and parents, this issue covers strategies for keeping track of money.
Located in Personal & Family Finance
Publication Kids and Money: Savings
Part of a financial newsletter for kids and parents, this issue explores savings.
Located in Personal & Family Finance
Publication Kids and Money: Online Safety
Part of a financial newsletter for kids and parents, this issue is about keeping personal information safe online.
Located in Personal & Family Finance
Publication Taking Charge of Family Finances: Family Money Manager
Money is an often-discussed topic in most families, usually centering on, “Where did it go?” More money usually is not the answer for solving financial concerns for most families. Instead, developing a plan for better money management will help most families feel more satisfied with their income and their progress toward goals.
Located in Personal & Family Finance
Pinchin' Pennie$ in the Kitchen
This series share tips for saving money while buying and making healthy and delicious food.
Located in Food & Nutrition
Publication Kids and Money: Money Goals
Part of a financial newsletter for kids and parents, this issue explores financial goals for kids.
Located in Personal & Family Finance
Publication x-conference/x-cooltalk To Buy or Rent? The Choice
Owning your own home no longer may be a practical possibility for many lower- and middle-income Americans. Real estate prices have risen nearly out of reach for many, and the investment benefits of home ownership have diminished. For many people, renting has become increasingly popular as the preferred housing choice in the 21st century. Whether you choose to rent or buy, housing is the single largest budget item for most families.
Located in Personal & Family Finance
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