May 17th, 2013

Link Roundup: 5 Tips to Lower the Cost of Sending Your Child to Preschool

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5 Tips to Lower the Cost of Sending Your Child to Preschool “Instead of raiding your child’s college savings account, consider the various options to cut the costs of preschool while still ensuring that your child gains all the wonderful benefits.” Money Crashers

Save Like Danny Tanner & Live Like Uncle Joey “At times I feel like I’m at odds with myself as well when it comes to saving and spending. But rather than Jekyll and Hyde, it’s closer to how I’d imagine Danny Tanner and Uncle Joey would be when it comes to saving and spending.” Our Freaking Budget

4 Ways to Keep More of Your Money “Like most people, you probably work simply to pay bills. Even if you’re financial responsible, your mortgage payment, health insurance and other necessary expenses may take a large portion of your income. This leaves very little for savings, which can make it difficult to survive an emergency. ” Rambling Fever Money

How to Spend Less on Some of Your ‘Needs’ “Enough about historical comparisons and international economics. Let’s look at a few examples of what Americans today consider needs and just how ridiculous (and expensive) they are. While we’re at it, let’s consider some common sense alternatives.” Free From Broke

Why and How to Freeze Your Credit “With identity theft on the rise, more people are looking at ways to protect their identities. Options like identity theft protection and simple credit monitoring can certainly help. But what if you want to take more drastic measures?” Doughroller

Four Basic Habits That Will Keep You Mired in Debt “Being in debt is largely a matter of second grade arithmetic — if we spend more than we earn then we’ll get in debt; if we continue spending more than we earn then we’re likely to stay in debt.” Len Penzo

5 money lessons I learned after graduation “According to the National Center for Education Statistics, more than 1.7 million students will graduate from college this year. Graduation season is one of my favorite times of year. It reminds me of a time when the future was full of possibility. However, there are some things about life and money that I wish I had known before entering the ‘real world.'” Money Blue Book

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  1. Thanks so much for mentioning our ‘Needs’ article!

    Glen Craig at 11:58 am on May 17, 2013

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