Now that Americans have had some time to pay off those Christmas bills, it looks like they’re ready to open their wallets for another holiday — Easter. But how much will each of us drop on things like candy, gifts and Easter dresses?
According to a new poll, many parents don’t talk to their children about financial matters the way they should — and as a result, kids aren’t getting the crucial lessons about money they’ll need later in life.
I was watching TruTV yesterday and a list of items that are a waste of money popped up, so, I thought I'd share some of them with you. It's nice to splurge once in a while but it you're on a budget you may want to pass on these.
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