Author: AMA

That increases the hassle factor

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for actually getting your money. Gold and silver, on the other hand, are treated as possessions rather than currency. If
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Remember that the value of any given currency is always changing

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unless artificially set by the government which issued the currency (and that in and of itself gets really complicated really
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I bought my first gold in 1988

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as a young newly married woman. We didn’t have very much and I only invested roughly $300, which even then
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I’m reading all over the place about investing in silver and/or gold

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because the dollar could possibly soon be worthless. What do any of you think about this? I know Dave’s not
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That’s a big question

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and the quickest answer is “it depends”. Very generally, raw meats are OK, cooked meats are OK but can cause
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As I posted in early October

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we became debt free on September 28, 2015 after being in debt since the mid 2000s. Four months have pass
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WOW!!!!! Dan this is awesome

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We’re definitely in snowball stage, and this past weekend we actually had one of our first heated arguments since being
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Credit Unions are the way to go…

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I set my kids up at a Credit union years ago…$5 vs $250 to open an account at BOA. Since
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Wow, Dan that is fantastic!

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What a wonderful peace you will feel over the next couple of months knowing all that debt is gone. And
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We’re Debt Free!

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As of September 28, 2016, we became debt free and are now BS3ers! We’ve had student loan debt since 1993
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I have been looking for the original email to reply to on this topic but can’t find it or erased it

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My daughter had a savings account since birth. When she was very little, I would make it my business to
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Our credit union

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wouldn’t let the girls convert the savings accounts to checking until they had turned 18. They said it was a
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The sooner the better

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Our pastor gets his kids a debit card when they enter middle school. They have to pay for everything at
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My kids had a paper route when they were 12 and have had accounts and debit cards since that time

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Generally we teach them to donate 10% and then split the balance of their cheque 20-80. 20% is blow money
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When should a teen get a debit card/checking account?

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My son is 15 and a sophomore in HS. He gets $10 a week for spending money. Right now, it
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