I am never sure who is teaching younger people about the use of credit and credit cards, except the credit industry. Not always a good idea to learn from those whose main interest is in making money by you purchasing what they offer!
So, I thank yahoo.com for a wonderful article titled: What real millennials wantto know about credit. Millennials are described as those in their 20s and 30s.
Please click here to enjoy the article, learn and share with your friends. Even this one simple educational piece can undo a lot of bad habits learned by buying in to the very powerful marketing activities of those in the lending business. As with any product, credit can be a valuable tool when used appropriately. It’s just not for everyone.
I’m on a short break from blogging for FFP Talk. After a lot of encouragement from friends and my business coach, I am writing a short booklet about creating a concierge service for seniors. With the aging of our population and the contemporary lifestyle of parents and children often living many miles apart, the need for some help for seniors is growing. So my husband and I had a senior services business. We didn’t have much of a roadmap to follow and it seemed like we were pioneering and creating a new process. A concierge service is not about medical services, there are lots of those types of businesses. The booklet will help others to see how to do it and adapt our approach to their local area and needs. It will soon be available for purchase at www.scribd.com
Since I am on the topic of seniors, there is an interesting article about what happens to debt upon the death of a parent. Please click here to read it.