Being a teacher is incredibly rewarding, but it costs when it comes to supplies and in-class needs. School systems watch their dollars and cents closely, and so teachers get left needing to cut corners to provide the same amount of efficiency. Supplies, software, and taxes don’t have to amount to as much when you know how to cut costs. Get smart and learn how to avoid full price and empty wallets. Here are supplies, software, and tax tips for teachers... Keep Track Saving can be as simple as keeping track of expenses and out of pocket … [Read more...] about Cost Cutting Classroom: Supplies, Software, and Tax Tips for Teachers
Archives for September 2014
I pulled up to the drive-through window of my favorite fast food restaurant and ordered the meal that I always get. When I drove around to pay, the cashier said hi and mentioned that she hadn't seen me there in a while. I obviously go there too often. I also find myself getting a little upset when people oust me on Foursquare as a mayor of any one of my favorite restaurants. It irks me. I'm mayor of several, and I feel a sense of competition when someone steals the title. There is a telling pattern in this that may mean I have a spending … [Read more...] about Do You Have a Spending Problem?
If you are in your teens or early twenties, you know that Mom and Dad won’t be there to provide for you forever. You may be just starting to earn your own money from odd jobs and be a long way off from achieving a full financial independence from your parents, but you can start with not asking them for money every time you want to go out with your friends. If you want to go for a drive around town, fill up the car with your own money, or walk instead. It’s time to start standing up on your own, beginning with closing your account at the Bank of … [Read more...] about Why Now Is The Time To Close Your Account At The Bank Of Mom And Dad
On more than one occasion in 2014 news headlines have contained two words that – when used together – send a shiver down the spine of every airline boss and traveller, both of the business and leisure variety. Those words are “Iceland” and “volcano”. Should the worst case scenario arise, make sure you and your staff have a reliable travel money card and a backup plan to support them in the event of a potential stranding. Eyjafjallajokull Volcano in Iceland Anyone who recalls the events of April 2010 will be well aware that the scenario … [Read more...] about Don’t Get Caught Out Without A Backup Plan