As much as I love budgeting, I’m not convinced that I’ve found the best method for us to use going forward long term. So, despite being in a good place right now, financially speaking, we’ve decided to make a change.
WE’RE BREAKING UP WITH OUR BUDGET.
As your teen grows his or her financial independence through part-time jobs, you will naturally begin to wonder when the right time will be to get your child a spending card of his or her own. Hopefully, you realize teenagers are too young for actual credit cards, so you are wondering about a debit card.
Online deals are offers for discounts on almost anything you need to dole out money for. Dining out, entertainment, shopping, goods and services, travel. You name it. In this age of digital everything, online deals are available for so many products and services. But it starts with awareness that these offers exist and some willingness to go looking for them.
Growing up, I heard varying opinions on credit cards. Aunts and uncles told me never to have one and to stick to debit cards. My parents told me to have two, so I could build credit. Financial advisors told me only to use cash for purchases to cut down on spending.
I started a business because I am a dreamer, what can I say. I loved the idea of having my own business and finally making a decent living. I even took on a part-time job to pay for my business. We do what we need to do, right?