Everyone is looking for ways to save money and with Americans becoming more budget conscious, about 71% find themselves saving money by cooking at home instead of dining out. This infographic takes a look at how often Americans go out...
With Memorial Day just weeks away and tax refunds in hand, everyone is looking for ways they can have fun and save at the same time. Check out our infographic which looks at the cost of fun and how you can find ways to keep more money in your pocket.
Most of us have heard of financial gurus touting the many benefits of investing in an IRA. Depending on whether one goes with a traditional Individual Retirement Arrangement or Roth, participants can get some tax benefits with their contributions or on their withdrawals. If you’re looking to jump start or increase your retirement contributions, here are some big ways to find money in your budget.
Colorful eggs are a sure sign that Easter is approaching and that the tax deadline is right around the corner, but there’s an even more important egg you should be thinking about. Your nest egg may not get much thought,...
It’s not uncommon to see green on St. Patrick’s day, but there’s usually more green to go around this time of year when you get your tax refund. Instead of wasting the money, if you plan ahead you can turn your tax refund into your own little St. Patrick’s Day pot of gold.
It’s Daylight Savings Time and at 2:00 AM Sunday morning we spring forward. Although we lose an hour of sleep, we gain more daylight and reduce our electricity bill. In the spirit of saving energy and Daylight Savings Time, Joe Taxpayer shares other energy efficient tax tips in time to save more money at tax time.
Americans may be looking for ways to save during tax time, but there are some good practices to cut down the cost of living all year round. With the average American family’s budget being a little over $49,000 a year, the cost of living can really add up. Here are 10 easy ways to save on everyday expenses that might help your bottom line.
Now that the presidential election is over and Black Friday is coming soon, people plan to hit the stores(or the internet in many cases) to do some holiday shopping. Before you get in a spending frenzy, take a look at our infographic to see how people spent in the past and plan to save this holiday season.
Halloween has become the topic of conversation with 170 million people planning to celebrate it this year. Although money is tight, there is no need to stress when your little one starts to ask you what they’re going to be weeks before Halloween. 18% of U.S. consumers said they are going to cut cost and make their own costumes. Check out our infographic to find out how Americans are saving money by making their own costumes.