Wednesday, October 2, 2013

-sp New baby on the way? #GCBudget

Children are one third of our population and all of our future.  ~Select Panel for the Promotion of Child Health, 1981

The cost of raising your first child can be staggering to a young family, racking up as
miuch as $12,000 in the first year alone. Grandparents can help by sending gift cards
for necessary purchases and letting mom and dad prioritize what they are spent on.
Bottom line? Gift cards help us stay focused on what we need to buy. If we only have a
gift card handy–and not cash or credit cards–it's harder to go astray and spend for
things off-budget. It helps us to say "no" to ourselves when we can see the balance you
have to work with and then there is NO MORE. Using gift cards to teach kids how to
manage their money gets them off to a great start!

 Aside from new babies, new mothers must be the most beautiful creatures on earth. ~Terri Guillemets

While you're at it, consolidate those gift cards in one easy to manage location with
GoWallet. GoWallet allows you to organize your gift cards online or on your mobile
device and you don't have to carry all those cards around with you. At one quick glance
you can see how much the balance is on your cards, even buy more cards right through
the app. Registration is free, why not give it a try and give gift card budgeting a spin?
Register for GoWallet today.

How will you stay on budget with a new baby?

Also, $25 JCPenny Gift Card  #GCBudget


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