One goal that my husband and I have for the next few months is to bump up our emergency fund. While it may not seem like it at first glance, we picked a great time to do this as summer is one of the best seasons to build your savings. Don’t believe me? Let me show you a few ways you can grow your savings account.
The kids are out of school, the air has warmed up, the swimming pools are packed, and everyone wants to find something fun to do. We’re all looking for an enjoyable summer this year, but that doesn’t mean you have to break the bank.
It’s the first day of summer and that means spending more time outdoors and for families with kids on summer break it can be prime time for vacations. We love to get a away as a family and we were excited to snag a deal. If you’re in the same boat, I want to share a few tips that have helped us.
Are you a new or soon to be new Dad? Congratulations! You’ve probably heard that it can also be a pretty expensive time. But there are some ways to save money as a new parent. Let’s look at a few savings tips for you, the new dad.
The big financial challenge with life after college has to do with the first decisions you’ll make immediately out of school. You won’t have much money, even if you secured a job with a signing bonus. So let’s take a look at some of the areas you can save some cash.
The kids are out of school and now you can enjoy a more relaxed schedule. But if you’re like most parents, you’re probably wondering how you’re going to keep your kids busy while saving money. Here are a few ways to boost your tax refund next year and get peace of mind this summer.