Everyone would love to be more financially stable and save more of their hard earn money. However, when it comes to finances, there maybe a difference in how men and women view their savings and debt. This infographic takes a...
Saving money where you can is imperative these days. No matter your age, income, or family size, one of the most necessary—and costly expense is food. The good news is that there’s an easy way to save on every grocery bill without having to clip coupons or wait for sales: Just buy store brands.
With the Fourth of July behind us, we reflect on our founding fathers and what the Declaration of Independence meant in the past and now. But what about savings techniques used by our founding fathers that can be used now? Ginita Wall shares savings tips adopted by one of our founding fathers that still works today.
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:
With summer just right around the corner, youth sports and practice camps are gearing up as kids get out of school for the year. Although having your child participate in youth sports is great activity, you may find it to come at a hefty price tag. Our infographic looks at the various expenses that go with enrolling your child in a youth sport and which sports are the most expensive for this $5 billion a year industry.
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.
Everyone wants to be financially fit, but are you willing to work for it? Financial success isn’t always defined by how much money you make, but what you do with your money once it hits your bank account. Fortunately, there are ways to get a head start on your future financial success. Here are four of them.
Becoming parents has changed our lives for the better, financially and otherwise. Even though she’s tiny now, we’re imagining how she’ll grow in the years to come. For example, one of the goals we have is to have our little one be financially savvy with her money when it comes time for her to move out of our home. Here are some ways parents have successfully gotten their kids into saving their money.
The tax code has a number of hidden gems, credits or deductions that add up to a nice chunk of change you can save on your taxes over the year. Today, we’re looking at Commuter Transit Tax Benefits, perks that you can use if your employer offers a subsidy or pre-tax payroll deductions for your commuting costs.
Savings is one of the most basic concepts in personal finance…or so we think. While the rewards of saving money are obvious, actually following through often proves to be a challenge. Even when people understand its importance, savings is made difficult by the fact that everyone’s situation is different. Below, we explore several different approaches to savings (and the pros and cons of each) to help you pick the right one.