Do you worry about money? Are you concerned with how to get more, save more, spend less and wonder if you’ll have enough when you get older? If so, you are not alone. The vast majority of people have money concerns, but ignoring these concerns won’t make them go away, it will just cause bigger issues down the road. Instead of running away from managing your finances, start to run towards managing your finances. Continue Reading
A personal or household budget is an itemized summary of expected income and expenses for a defined period of time, most frequently one month. While the word budget has negatively become synonymous with restricted spending just asdiet has become synonymous with restricted eating, a budget should really mean more efficient spending. A budget will show you how much money you expect to bring in against all of your expenditures from the required expenses like house payments and rent to discretionary spending like entertainment. Continue Reading
Chores. Growing up, you probably hated them. But as an adult, chores are important for raising self-sufficient, capable young people. You may think that it’s too hard to enforce chores for children at every age, but in fact, there are simple ones for toddlers and challenging ones that will keep even the most jaded teenagers engaged. There areage-appropriate chores for children of every age. Continue Reading
You’ve just graduated from college and you’re beginning your first job. You find yourself suddenly faced with a massive variety of financial decisions that you may have never needed to make before. Continue Reading
Many people believe that road trips can be less expensive than flying to your destination, especially if you have a family.
While that might be true, there are still ways you might want to save money on a road trip. Saving money on travel means more money to spend on your actual vacation. Continue Reading