Instead of forcing yourself to roam different sites in search of all the rental car information you want, I compiled a list of everything that helped me rent a car for my upcoming vacation. Check it out!
HOA dues are no joke. Just like if you don’t pay your cell phone or cable bill, there are consequences. Find out more about what can happen if you don’t pay your dues on time!
Most people think of Black Friday as a way to get the best deals. How can you prepare for the rush and stay within your budget? Here are a few tips.
Is your clicking finger warmed up? The biggest cyber shopping day of the year is upon us. We have some tips to get you ready.
When it comes to purchasing a new laptop, you’ve got a lot to think about. From brand to screen size and memory, choosing a laptop can be a difficult decision. Help narrow down your decisions by taking some of these factors into consideration!
Investors looking for “the next big thing” might be tempted to take a look at penny stocks. These investments are often in small companies just getting started. To an active investor, they might seem very attractive, offering a huge potential upside for a price well under what one might find on the NASDAQ or NYSE. However, penny stocks are not worth the risks associated with their trading.
Acorns gives people the ability to invest easily, automatically and intelligently. The app boils down the complicated array of investment products available to consumers into simplified terms.
The average U.S. homeowners insurance premium for the second quarter of 2014 increased to about $829 annually, an increase of 2.1% from Q1. Despite the quarterly rise, however, Q2 rates remain down about 3.3% from the same period a year ago.
Because many public school budgets are shrinking school supply lists are growing, and they’re starting to include pricier items. All of these changes are starting to put strains on the average family budgets. To avoid dropping hundreds of dollars each school year, focus on buying supplies that stand the test of time.
With the fall months quickly approaching, it’s time to start thinking about the economics of going back to school. Living the college life means having the opportunity (and responsibility) to make smart financial decisions and learning how to successfully live on a budget. Follow these tips for getting back into the swing of school without overspending!