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A Stay At Home Dad’s Tips for Teaching Kids Personal Finance and The Best Money Games for Kids
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A Stay At Home Dad’s Tips for Teaching Kids Personal Finance and The Best Money Games for Kids

This post is sponsored by Lexington Law Firm Ten years ago, I willing waved goodbye to my cushy white collar job, and its beefy annual summertime bonus, to be a full time dad. My daughters were 4 and 1 then, newbies still as this whole ‘life’ thing. Upon announcing my […]

The Debt of Youth and A Credit Repair Company to Help You Travel The World
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The Debt of Youth and A Credit Repair Company to Help You Travel The World

This story was sponsored by Lexington Law Firm. All the opinions and details expressed below and 100% true…unfortunately. Early days, I climbed the ladder up to my own personal debt ceiling one ‘$30 Friendly’s dinner with my first steady girlfriend’ rung at a time. I paid the minimums and paid […]

The Best Hotel Rewards Credit Card Deal I’ve Found
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The Best Hotel Rewards Credit Card Deal I’ve Found

I was knee deep in Broadway ticket costs and needed a cheap place to crash in or around the theater district; I’m all about the subway and prefer Lower Manhattan if I had my druthers but quickness and ease of movement as we museum-ed and Broadway-ed for 28 hours was […]

How To Teach Your Teen (or Teen Entrepreneur) About Money Management
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How To Teach Your Teen (or Teen Entrepreneur) About Money Management

Not every dad in the world will find the need to use the per piece cost of a 100-pack of iridescent beads to teach his kids about personal finance but all dads and moms do have a brand new teen money management tool to help illustrate essential home economic topics […]

Growing Older With Fewer Monthly Bills
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Growing Older With Fewer Monthly Bills

OWTK is a brand ambassador for TracFone’s #TracFoneFamily campaign. All opinions expressed below are honest and unbiased, as always. These kinds of conversations simply don’t happen. Frankly, there have been disturbingly few conversations between my brother and I over the past several years, but the ones we have had were […]

The 10th Anniversary of Hurricane Katrina and the End of Flood Insurance
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The 10th Anniversary of Hurricane Katrina and the End of Flood Insurance

We don’t live in the 9th Ward. We don’t live in New Orleans, near the Gulf of Mexico, or within miles of a body of water of any note. And yet, a short while after Hurricane Katrina struck a decade ago, pummeling NOLA and the Gulf Coast like Ronda Rousey […]

President Obama’s Free Community College Plan is a Step in the Right Direction
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President Obama’s Free Community College Plan is a Step in the Right Direction

I doubt that community college, as a concept, is a divisive issue (although, it being 2015 and this being the internet, nothing would surprise me). In case it is, know that I stand defiantly in the community college corner. I love community college and believe that most every college-bound student […]

Walgreens Healthcare Clinics Offer Consumers Price Transparency
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Walgreens Healthcare Clinics Offer Consumers Price Transparency

I am a member of the Collective Bias®  Social Fabric® Community.  This shop has been compensated as part of a social shopper amplification for #CollectiveBias and its advertiser. The Top 3 Times I Needed a Walgreens Healthcare Clinic Philadelphia are all panic-y situations resulting in odd-hour visits to the ER, […]

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