While monthly expenses may not seem like much in terms of pennies, they can really add up at the end of the month. On average, you save $100 or more over the leading tax store by choosing TurboTax and filing...
With Black Friday and Cyber Monday sales hitting all time records this holiday season, holiday spending is in full swing among both men and women. Interestingly enough, both sexes plan to create a holiday budget, however the gifts they plan to spend money on and their shopping strategies differ. Check out our infographic which shows the holiday spending habits of men versus women.
From budgets to quarterly results, the term “fiscal year” gets used quite a bit, but what exactly is a fiscal year? Let’s define and break down a fiscal year and the dates that are important for individuals, partnerships, and corporations...
It’s tax refund season, baby! Are you excited? Are you one of the average Americans who got back $3,000 this year? If so, and you haven’t spent it yet (you haven’t spent it yet, have you?), I offer you five ways to exchange it for the happiness of your significant other instead 🙂 Just in time for Valentine’s Day.
Every year, without fail, my local gym gets absolutely packed around the start of the year. All the people looking to lose a few pounds as part of their New Year’s resolutions come into the gym. Within a few weeks, they start to thin out. Here are seven ways you can stick to a financial fitness regiment in 2011.
The holiday season is fast upon us. Just as it’s easy to overeat during the holidays, it’s easy to overspend, especially if you buy on credit. People spend about 15 percent more on purchases paid with a credit card. Here are seven holiday money tips for couples.
Like most students away from parents for the first time, your priorities are finding your classes and navigating your courses, and balancing this reality with adapting to the social scene without adult supervision (what, no curfew?).