Besides homes and cars, when I chat with families about their finances, I notice that their next biggest expense by far is food. And while grocery shopping is a necessity for most people, the problem for many of us is that our...
There are many well meaning friends that focus on price before making any kind of purchase. If they can get something for free, they’re the first in line (with no care about whether they really need it). I want to share a few ways where spending some money up front can save you more money in the long run.
In a few days 2014 will be here and we are excited. With some big goals planned for this upcoming year, we’re doing a little bit of work now to ensure success. We’re taking some time to find ways to bump up our income and trim our family expenses.
With more Millennials entering America’s work force every year, they are becoming a big contributor to the US economy. Let’s take a look at how the spending, saving, and overall financial habits of Millennials stack up against Generation X –...
The average cost of dog and cat care can reach at least $100 thousand dollars over their lifetime, so next time you wonder “How much is that doggie or kitty in the window?”, consider all the costs. We thought it would be eye-opening to visualize the estimated minimum costs of dogs vs. cats.
For many people, 2012 is rushing through like a train. If the two of you haven’t made much progress on your goals, there is still plenty time left this year for the two of you to achieve a milestone together. To get you started I wanted to share 9 money saving tips.
You might have money and not even know it. You might have property or cash that has been sitting with a state government, unclaimed. Thousands of people find out that they have unclaimed property every year. As long as you know what to do about it, you can claim what is already yours. Find out more here.