This is the last full week of financial literacy videos. I hope you enjoyed each and every one of the videos this year. Again, like last year, it was a pleasure to be a part of the project. This week’s videos covered college funding, avoiding bankruptcy, tax brackets, giving, and moving. If you want more videos you can find them on the 4/13 Financial Tidbit and the 4/20 Tidbit. Just a reminder that you can check out the videos daily either on my Twitter feed or though Facebook.
You can check out last week’s videos here if you missed them.
Financial Literacy Month 2012 Video of the day: April 23-Paying for college
This video comes to you from yours truly as I share the three main ways you can fund your child’s college education.
Financial Literacy Month 2012 Video of the day: April 24-Avoid Bankruptcy with Pro Rata
Brad Chaffee from EnemyOfDebt.com shares some great advice on how to pay all your creditors something if you can’t pay all of your bills. It is called the Pro Rata plan and is a great way to keep your creditors at bay while you come up with the money to pay your monthly bills.
Financial Literacy Month 2012 Video of the day: April 25-Tax brackets
Carrie from http://CarefulCents.com explains taxable income and tax brackets. There is a lot of confusion out there about what is or isn’t taxable and what a tax bracket is and Carrie does a great job of explaining it.
Financial Literacy Month 2012 Video of the day: April 26-Gifts from the Heart
Financial Literacy Month 2012 Video of the day: April 27-Expect expenses when moving
Matt Wegner from FinancialExcellence.net shares some things to consider before planning a move. Moving is a great way to ruin your budget and go into debt. But Matt talks us through what to consider before you move so that you can move without your finances being impacted.