Even in times of uncertainty, there are still ways you can improve yourself and make great strides in your career. While under a community quarantine, utilize the extra time to reevaluate your career trajectory and seize opportunities to move it forward.
Living without a budget is similar to traveling across the country without a roadmap. While both can be accomplished, the result is usually expensive and wasteful. The household budget lists every anticipated expense in major categories that can be directly tied to actual expenditures. Many people view the use of a budget as restraining and
So, you’ve set up an automatic savings program and you’re finally building up that emergency fund, but where should you keep your savings so that it earns the most interest for you? Luckily, there are many different savings vehicles available, but not all of them are appropriate for every situation.
Looking for a summer job? Why not start your own business instead of working for someone else? Besides accomplishing the main objective of making money over the summer, when you start your own business you’ll have the satisfaction of being your own boss and of creating something yourself. Another great advantage of starting your own
Love and romance fills the air, but eventually, it’s time to get real. If you are planning to become serious with your significant other, you’re going to have to talk about money. Ideally, you should have this conversation sooner than later.
It is easy to see why many parents prefer grocery shopping without their children, the constant begging, fighting and attempted negotiations to get stuff.
Drip. Drip. Drip. That sound coming from your bathroom isn’t just annoying – it’s also costing you a fortune. A leaky faucet can waste as much as 7,000 gallons of water a year, according to the Water Systems Council, needlessly running up your water bill.
Debt is a powerful thing that can overtake your happiness and security if left unchecked. It can be easy to get under a mountain of debt, but it is much more difficult to get out of it. If you are concerned about your overall financial security, consider trying these things to get back on track.
Have you been shocked by your grocery shopping bills recently? You’re not alone. Across the board, we generally see an annual inflation rate of about 3%. This may not seem like much, but there are times when items such as food and groceries increase at a much faster rate. Most families find that when creating
If you are struggling to stay within your budget or are spending more money than you should, it might be a good idea to go back to using cash for daily purchases. It is no surprise that most of us are beginning to move away from cash for everyday spending. The convenience of debit and