Buying a home can be one of the most exciting experiences that life has to offer, especially when all the stars seem to align. As consumer confidence continues to build and mortgage rates continue to fall, the housing market is seeing an uptick—especially among millennials. While buying a home can surely be an exciting experience, it…
Everyone looks forward to payday, but for some, the excitement is tied more to being able to make rent than the gratification of a job well done. Living paycheck-to-paycheck is something that most people go through at one point or another (half of Americans find themselves in such a situation), and it can be a…
You have started to budget. That is a major step in financial responsibility. Here are a few of the more common expenses that many people forget to budget for. The good news? Budgets are not set in stone, so if you forget this time, you will remember next time.
It is almost second nature to our understanding: Budgets should be created so we know where and how much of our money is outgoing versus incoming. Yet, we fight budgeting like the plague. Perhaps these budgeting apps can make this task a bit simpler for you.
Not many people want two jobs, but with the advent of the internet, side hustles are a great and often relatively simple way to pad your pocketbook and increase family revenue for budgets, disability insurance, savings, and an emergency fund.
Did you know that Americans spend almost 40 percent more on their credit cards in December than any other month? Do you have a budget or even a plan on how to manage your holidays spending? Here are seven tips to help you.
We’re here today with some practical tips for paying off what you owe and eliminating debt. It’s time to free yourself from that financial burden!
Do you have a personal budget? While creating one can be a boring (and often depressing) task, a personal budget is the best way to achieve your financial goals.