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.
Today is National Chocolate Chip Day, yum! Not only do homemade cookies taste the best (nothing beats a cookie fresh out of the oven), but flour is tax-free, so you can indulge your sweet tooth and save.
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.
Many families are getting together this weekend to celebrate Cinco De Mayo. Worried that it will be expensive or are you stuck on meal ideas? Here are some ideas on how you can prepare and save for your next fiesta (and not just for this weekend).
The best last minute tax moves are done before the calendar flips into the new year, but depending on your financial situation, you might be able to squeeze in one more tax deduction if you waited to file your taxes.
Saving is tough enough as it is, especially when you don’t have much income, and there aren’t a lot of incentives to save lately. There is one and it’s called the Retirement Savings Contributions Credit, or more commonly referred to as the Saver’s Credit.