Welcome to the November 14, 2008 edition of Kids and Money.
Steward presents Learning Entrepreneurship From Kids posted at My Family's Money, saying, "Kids can teach us a lot about a lot of things, I just never thought they would teach me about what it takes to start a thriving business."
Thao Tran presents Recycle Bottles and Cans posted at How to Make Money at a Young Age, saying, "Effective ways to make money at a young age."
Raymond presents How To Calculate and Track Your Net Worth posted at Money Blue Book.
Mark Montgomery presents The Credit Crunch and Financial Aid: What Will It Mean for College Admissions? posted at Great College Advice.
Sarah Scrafford presents Ditch the Backpack: 100 Essential Web Tools for Virtual Students posted at eLearning Gurus.
Jim presents Five Personal Finance Teaching Gifts for Kids posted at Blueprint for Financial Prosperity.
Livingalmostlarge presents just because you can afford it… posted at LivingAlmostLarge, saying, "It's funny how our parents can regress us to childhood so quickly."
KCLau presents Financial Consideration for New Parents in Malaysia posted at KCLau's Money Tips, saying, "Recently, there is an interesting post written by Xin Lu at Wisebread about the financial consideration of having a newborn baby. The article is more catered to the situation in the USA. Although it might differ in terms of currency, the other facts might similar and worth our study. This sparks the idea of writing this post to share with you the financial side of being a new parent in Malaysia."
Michael Bass presents Buy Clothes at Salvage Stores posted at Debt Prison, saying, "They buy salvage items from around the country for say 10%… and then resell for 60% and often less."
Mr Credit Card presents Greatest Secrets Of The Coupon Mom | Ask Mr Credit Card's Blog.
nickel presents How to Become a Millionaire - Lessons From an Eight Year Old.
Silicon Valley Blogger presents Fun, Cheap Halloween Costumes To DIY, A Photo Gallery posted at The Digerati Life, saying, "It's a bit late, but I thought to discuss how we prepared for Halloween this year... or how we fared.... :) ."
Ben Dinsmore presents Financial Advice for New or Expecting Parents posted at Trees Full of Money, saying, "If your family is expecting the arrival of a "little one" in the near future, you may want to consider these financial moves BEFORE the baby is born to help ease the financial stress, and allow you to concentrate your focus on your bundle of joy."
The Smarter Wallet presents How To Shop For Back To School Supplies: Don't Pay Twice!
Todd presents Why Must Parents Pay For College.
Save Money presents Revising My Budget.
KCLau presents Case Study: Financial Goals of a Malaysian working in Singapore.
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