How to Teach Your Kids About Money and Business – Take A Family Field Trip

Cute boy with mother learn to count money at home

Young children in grade school or middle school usually have little or no concept of how products are made, distributed, marketed and sold. They also lack much of an idea about how money itself is made, stored and distributed. You can have a fun, and usually inexpensive time helping them learn by showing them companies, factories … … Continue reading

My Coffee Pot Ate My Money: A Tale of Product Failure and Liability

Salmonella on Eggs

The world has come a long way since houses were made of dung and sticks, and people used rocks and turtle shells as kitchen utensils. Nowadays, the products we buy have been designed, redesigned, tested, retested, and then sold on the market to greedy consumers everywhere. Fortunately, products we buy can actually make our lives easier. … … Continue reading

So You’ve Been in a (Minor) Car Accident. Now What?

Wrecked car

Accidents are just that – mistakes. But that doesn’t mean that they can’t disrupt your life for a little while. Unfortunately most of us will get in at least one car accident in our lives, whether it’s a small fender bender, or a huge collision. Car accidents are horrible for everyone involved. Even fender benders … … Continue reading