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When my kids first started bringing the books home, I wasn’t crazy about the “wimpy kid”. He seemed a bit, well, jilted and rude. But the wimpy kid stayed around, the books came home from the library and the movie appeared several times at different events. And then, something magical happened
I always preface a discussion around the credit reporting system by stating how frstrating the system can be. In some ways it is very black and white, yet in others very grey. It is worth knowing the basics about what is on your report, how to check it and how to resolve issues.
The issue of cancelling credit cards that you are not using (or should not be using) is a complicated one. There are advantages and disadvantages depending upon your current financial situation and your future credit goals.
Talking about money can be more difficult that discussing sex in a relationship. Yet finances are a thread that runs through every relationship and an open dialogue on the subject is essential to the success of a couple’s unity. The following are some guidelines for cleaning the lines of communication – for love and for money!
Oh the joys and costs of juggling kids during summer vacation. They want to be home and then are bored by the lack of new scenery. Deciding whether to keep them home, pawn the off on family and friends, put them in daycamp, or let them tag along while you work, can be a daunting task. Read on to find out how one little boy and his stressed out Mum learned a valuable lesson one frantic morning.