Proper management of finances is a pain point for most individuals to the extent that the idea of discussing this subject is not welcome. Unfortunately, those who are not keen on taming their spending habits continue sinking in credit card debts, and financial freedom becomes evasive. Exercising shrewdness in financial matters is not an option especially for […]
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Thinking about your next vacation, but not sure where the money for it will come from? It is never too early to start saving. Here are five easy ways to set funds aside that you may want to consider. 1. Open a dedicated savings account for your vacation funds Setting up an additional account may […]
Credit scores are traditionally figured using a system by Fair Isaac Corp. Commonly called FICO credit scores. The scores range from 300 to 850. They are figured on a mix of credit use, length of credit, payment history on credit, and debt to income ratio. If any of those are “off”, the credit score is lower. […]
The senior years can be challenging in many ways. Financially, seniors normally have less to spend but have an increase in medical expenses. The aches and pains of being a senior citizen may not be considered a blessing, but companies that provide a discount are a blessing. There are age requirements, with some starting as […]
As holiday season gets underway, many people are busy looking through store websites and flyers that come in our mailboxes. We are anxiously anticipating the release of the latest holiday gadgets and goodies. According to CNBC, last year many Americans racked up more than $1,000 in debt last holiday season. To avoid finding yourself in […]
Your twenties are a time of newfound power. You’re coming into your own as an adult… and you’re ready to take on the world.
Let’s be honest, life can be stressful and hard sometimes. Everyone has days where it’s hard to stay motivated, focused, and productive. Whether it’s influenced by work or personal stress, finding the right energy to accomplish great things can be difficult to come by.
Budgeting and saving your money seems simple, doesn’t it? Then why do so many people find it intimidating? To start with, it is easier and often more fun to spend money without really thinking about it.
Getting a raise at work can seem like an intimidating task. Whether it’s your time at the company, the talent you bring to the table, or financial hardships at home that have you thinking about a raise, waiting around it won’t benefit you or your company.
Fall time is full of pumpkins, cool air, and fun holidays. And when you have little kids, it becomes a time of excitement, wonder, and imagination.
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