Planning a Family Budget PLR Autoresponder Email Series

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Part I- Teach Your Children The Value Of A Dime – (315 Words)
Part II- Set Up A Family Budget For Every Member Of The Family – (336 Words)
Part III- Children Can Save Too – (317 Words)
Part IV- Helping A Young Person Set Up A Budget – (323 Words)
Part V- Teach Your Children Budget Saving Tricks – (391 Words)

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To set a family budget takes more than a calculator and a list of expenses.  To successfully plan and save a family has to find ways to not only save but make money.  Most families have a steady stream of income and in those cases their main objective will be to save enough to afford them things like a yearly vacation and a new car every once in a while.
Each family has money saving tips they use when they set a family budget.  Here’s a few that you might not have thought of:
 Lower the heat when you leave in the morning.  It’s costly to heat a home and doing so all day when everyone is at school or work is not needed.  Turn the heat down a few degrees as you exit the house and the first person who comes in at the end of the day is responsible for turning it back up.
 Have a rule regarding lights.  Teaching children when they are young to turn off lights as they leave a room is a great habit to form.  It saves electricity costs which can be substantial.
 Plant a garden in the spring.  This is not only a great method of saving on food costs it’s also fun for children to help in the planting and growing.  The food will taste even better to them knowing they had a hand in nurturing it.
If you had a goal of making more money when you set a family budget, here are a few tips that may help you:
 Gather together any and all things in your home you no longer use and host a garage or yard sale.  Children can join in by selling toys they no longer play with.
 Take up a newspaper route with your child.  This is a wonderful first job for children and it also gives them the benefit of exercise. For the parent tagging along, the work-out is not only making them a wee bit richer; it’s also a great way to spend time with your children.
With a few adjustments any family can set a family budget that works for them.  It’s an ongoing process and with hard work the payouts can benefit each and every member of the family.

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