IN THE BLACK The Road to Financial Responsibility
It is important to teach kids Financial responsibility as they are growing up.
I saw a diagram online with tips of ideas for different age groups to teach kids about money.
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PRAIRIE BUSINESS MAGAZINE April editor's note: The heart of the matter
Downtown revitalizations are happening throughout the country and it is exciting to see the same trend happening locally, in our regions hubs as well as in our smaller communities.
Downtowns are the ... Posted on 4/3/14 at 3:11 PM
MINNESOTA STATE UNIVERSITY MOORHEAD Analyzing Risks
Actuarial science program prepares students for global internships
Actuary is the number one career in America according to careercast.com. Actuaries analyze financial costs of risk and uncertainty, ... Posted on 3/28/14 at 2:28 PM
LIVING IN RETIREMENT IRA Rollover Rules Altered by Tax Court
TheJanuary 2014 Bobrow tax courtruling is an IRA game changer with huge ramifications for IRA owners. The tax court has ruled the once a yearIRA rollover rule appliesto all of someone's individual ret... Posted on 3/28/14 at 12:18 PM
PLANNING INFORMATION AND RESOURCES Make Way for the Stork: 5 Financial Steps When Planning for Baby
CFP Board Ambassador Offers Financial Advice for Expecting Parents
Washington, D.C., March 24, 2014 Much comes with preparing for the arrival of a baby: making sure you have a fully-stocked supply ... Posted on 3/24/14 at 12:53 PM
Thinking about buying a new outdoor table and chairs in the spring? To help you get started, the Good Housekeeping Research Institute researched five of the most common materials. While many sets are designed to be left out all year, it’s best to cover all furniture when you’re not using it.
When I tell people I’m an avid coupon shopper, I think many of them immediately get a mental image of a harried mom shuffling through hundreds of loose bits of paper in the checkout lane. Nothing could be further from the truth.
GRAND FORKS – A new survey shows North Dakotans might not be as financially capable as the average American – despite the state’s relatively minor impact from the economic recession that devastated much of the country.
Ryan Johnson, Forum Communications Co.
, December 21, 2010
Last week, we discussed pricing cycles at the supermarket. Every shopper knows that prices fluctuate for a given product at the store. Since the prices of your groceries change week to week, how do you know when you’re getting a good deal?
Q: “Jill, I am an avid reader of your column. I started couponing recently and love it. I had no idea you could get so many things free with coupons. Could you describe your typical shopping trip? How do you spot good deals?”
To find playthings worthy of the third annual awards, Good Housekeeping Research Institute considered hundreds of new toys and board games – for their fun factor, of course, but also for skill-building and to spark imaginations.
Last week, a reader asked if it’s more cost-effective to plan meals around what’s on sale or based on the coupons you might have in hand. If you stock up on foods that you eat regularly, you’ll soon find yourself “shopping” and meal-planning from supplies in your pantry and freezer versus limiting yourself to what’s on sale at the store any given week.
Maybe there’s a silver lining to the economy’s recent nosedive: A quasi-cashless society has cropped up on the Internet throughout the past couple of years wherein you can swap for all kinds of great goods.
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