Best Money Tips: Should You Discuss Money in Front of Your Kids?


Welcome to Wise Bread's Best Money Tips Roundup! Today we found some awesome articles on discussing money in front of your kids, ways to make $50 in a day, and ways to get out of debt.

Top 5 Articles

Should You Discuss Money In Front of Your Kids? — When discussing money in front of your kids, let them watch you be conservative with money and don't tell them your exact income. [Free From Broke]

7 Ways To Make $50 In A Day — To make $50 in a day, sign up to complete tasks on TaskRabbit. [SavvySugar]

51 Ways to Get Out of Debt — Get out of debt by living on a budget and canceling your cable or satellite subscription. [One Cent At A Time]

Can't Afford to Socialize? Compromise! — Have affordable, social fun by going to an open mic night or a free movie premier. [Get Rich Slowly]

I'm Not Covered? Five Ways to Trigger Nasty Insurance Surprises — If you host a party at your home, you may find out you are underinsured for liability claims. [Five Cent Nickel]

Other Essential Reading

30 Steps to Great Finances: Steps 22 to 24 — Want to have great finances? Get yourself the proper insurance. [Free Money Finance]

How to Avoid Impulse Purchases in the Internet Shopping Age — To avoid making impulse purchases online, block sites during your impulse prime time. [Lifehacker]

Automation Domination: Streamline Personal Finance — Do you have trouble saving money? Set up automatic transfers at the beginning of your budget cycle when you have more money to move around. [Deliver Away Debt]

Do You Really Need A Payday Loan? Check out 4 Alternatives — Instead of getting a payday loan, consider negotiating a payment plan. [Girls Just Wanna Have Funds]

ProSquad: Swimmer's Ear and Life Insurance — If you already have life insurance, consider getting disability insurance. [Parenting Squad]

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Free From Broke's picture

Thanks for highlighting our article on discussing money in front of kids!

Ashley Jacobs's picture

You are welcome!

Guest's picture

Thanks for the mention

Ashley Jacobs's picture

You're welcome!

Guest's picture

What a great list of articles! From a teenagers perspective I think it is potentially the best things a parent can do. While it might expose past mistakes and embarrassment, it will teach your kids more than you could imagine.