ADD Adults: Get out of Debt and Learn to Manage Your Money -- for Good

Adults with attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADD/ADHD) share their best money-saving, budgeting, and financial-planning advice.

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Get Organized -- You'll Save Money!

Simplifying our home! We used to go out and re-purchase things that we “lost” in our overcrowded closets.” -Deena, Texas

Planning a menu each week. No more 'what’s for supper' and 'let’s go out to eat tonight.'” -Becky Honey, Arkansas

Opening an account on mint.com. It’s free! The website gives me a weekly financial summary of my checking account, loan payments, and a snapshot (great for us visual ADDers) of my net worth.” -Maureen Spollen, New York

Next: Follow A Financially-Savvy Role Model


This article appears in the Summer 2010 issue of ADDitude.

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