I pride myself in being well organized in my personal and professional life. When it comes to money, It’s no different. I like to get things ready before the time is at hand. My taxes are easy to get done because I have a system that helps me keep them caught up. By logging my business expenses and income as they occur, I'm prepared. By following these 5 tips to make bookkeeping easier for bloggers, you will be prepared as well.
Your relationship with money is probably more complicated than you’d like to admit. Maybe, for example, you don’t know how to properly save, because no one ever taught you. Or maybe you have a certain category of good or service that you know you spend too much money on but aren’t sure how to control. And then there’s uncertain about money, related to things like job security, the overall economic picture, or even future obligations such as retirement or college tuition.
Out of all the conversations we have with children, finances may be one of the most important. Early lessons about personal finance and money management can help them avoid issues later in life. Schools don’t always offer courses on personal finance and credit, so make sure you take ownership of teaching your kids about money matters. Read on for useful tips to help educate children early and set them up for future financial success.