5 Money-Saving Gas Tips for Moms

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In today’s economy, moms are always looking to save money any way they can. Saving money on gas is no exception. Often almost as much money is spent on gas in one month as is spent on groceries to feed a family. Here are some ways to help trim your gas budget so that you can put that money to good use elsewhere.

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Top 6 Coupon Apps

Top 6 Coupon Apps

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Technology has revolutionized the way people communicate, access information and work. And after how far technology has taken us, the next logical question is how it will shape the world of the future. But given the choice, most people would rather forgo the lofty pontificating and find out how technology can get them discounts on stuff. That’s where mobile apps come in.

For years, Apple had the market cornered with mobile apps, and indeed their flagship provider – the App Store – doesn’t show any sign of waning in popularity. But Android is catching up on the mobile app front, and users of these devices have their pick from an extensive library that features apps in all genres – including coupons and savings.

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Money Sense and Kids: Basics of Early Money Education

Financial planning can be a perfect teaching tool for your children. We all know the woes caused by money mistakes and not learning the habit of saving early enough. And I am sure you wouldn’t want your children to grow up and make the same money pitfalls. Thus it is but wise for parents to start the money talk and encourage proper money management. Building such good habits will definitely go a long way into your kid’s adulthood and hopefully save them from any financial stress.

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Low-Cost Immunizations for Children

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I am always looking for ways to save money on health care. As if health insurance premiums aren’t high enough, there are high deductibles that never seem to get met. My challenge this year is a $200 cap on preventive health care, and I have an infant who needs his immunizations. Every time I take him to the doctor, I receive a bill that is anywhere between $200 and $500. Unbelievable. It’s not so bad when your insurance pays for it, but when they don’t, what can you do?

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Teaching Your Child to Save

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A couple of nights ago we had some relatives over for dinner and they mentioned that they give their 7-yr-old son an allowance of $7 a week. At first I was really surprised that he was paid so much to do household chores. Then they explained what the money was for.

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