May 31st, 2012

Thursday Roundup: Develop an Entrepreneurial Spirit in Your Child This Summer

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Develop an Entrepreneurial Spirit in Your Child This Summer “If you have a child between the ages of 7 and 12, chances are that they enjoy earning money, but there aren’t many opportunities for them to earn as much money as they would like. This summer, help them utilize their time off to develop an entrepreneurial spirit.” Saving Money Today

What Do You Do About Your Financial Kryptonite… Is Willpower Enough? “In our Fall 2011 You Vs. Debt class, one of our members, Jay, created an awesome forum topic titled “What’s Your Kryptonite?”” Man Vs. Debt

Preventing Financial Infidelity “Financial infidelity is the act of keeping secret various spending habits or purchases, credit cards, stashes of money, accounts, debt, etc. from ones spouse or partner. Often times, however, many adults in the United States when they consider infidelity are not thinking about financial infidelity. However financial infidelity is more common in marriages than you might think.” The Centsible Life

Small Money Mistakes That Have Big Consequences “You’ve heard “it’s the little things that count”, right? I’m sure everyone can name many little things that have more meaning than a big event in their lives. The same can be said about finances – it is often the little things you do, the small actions you take, that have the biggest impact on your financial security, both in the present and in the future.” Prairie EcoThrifter

Thank You!

SaveUp for including our post “Sound Advice from Unlikely Sources: The Avengers and Credit Card Debt” in the blog roundup!

Sound Mind Investing for including our post “Money As You Grow: Financial Education, With a Little Help from the White House” in their money roundup!

Good Financial Cents for including our post “Duets: Money Lessons from Singing Superstars” in the Carnival of Personal Finance #363!

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One Comment

  1. Thank you so much for the inclusion this week. I really appreciate it. Hope you have a great weekend.

    Miss T @ Prairie Eco-Thrifter at 8:42 am on June 1, 2012

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