With holiday vacations fast approaching, many families are trying to make arrangements to visit their loved ones. The problem for some is that with so many other people traveling it can be expensive. I want to share some tips on how you can save on getting there and how you can lodge in style without breaking the bank.
Congratulations on getting married! As you two embark on this journey together, I wanted to share some tax deductions that can help you come tax time. One thing that you may not be familiar with is exactly how tax deductions help you.
Finding tax deductions that you qualify for is vital if you want to legally minimize your tax obligations. Depending on your circumstances, one sort of tax deduction that you may want to take is regarding your summer job search.
Whether to pay or not pay for college is a much debated subject. As a parent you have to weigh what’s best for you and your family. For those looking at getting started with the child’s college fund, here are 3 tips on how to save money for the future and possibly save money on your contributions.
With the exception of housing, many couples’ biggest expenses are tied up with their cars. Besides paying for gasoline, cars usually require regular maintenance, and perhaps a car payment for a loan. The good news is with a little bit of effort you can make owning your car less expensive. Here are 3 tips to lower your cost this summer:
If you need to enroll in your employer provided Flexible Spending Account due to your plan’s open enrollment, changes in employment, or family size, here are some tips to help you figure out how much to contribute to your FSA from Elle Martinez of Couple Money.
Becoming parents has been the biggest joyful change in our lives. While she’s still young, there are plenty of things we are doing to teach her and help her with, including finances. As I mentioned before, you can start early with getting your children to be super savers.