After a recent (rather expensive) trip to the vet, I began to wonder if pet insurance would be a cost-effective way to get my pets the care they need. Is pet insurance worth the money? Let’s take a closer look to find out!
The IRS reports that the average tax refund for this season, so far, is a little more than $3,000. That’s a pretty decent chunk of change. However, even though many taxpayers say that they plan to save their tax refund, this money actually gets spent, according to CNBC.
I’m not going to say that everything I learned about money was learned from Seinfeld, but deep in the humor (sometimes very deep), there were some pretty important life lessons about money and business. Here are five lessons I gleaned from binge-watching Seinfeld in the days after the big Super Bowl reunion.
Grocery bills can grow quite large in a hurry. This puts a financial strain on many families. Frugal families can save up to half of their grocery bill by organizing their supermarket shopping and implementing these five money-saving tips.
Divorce is a part of many people’s life journey. As if the emotional ups and downs aren’t enough to deal with, many new divorcees have [...]
Lifetime savings. It isn’t something we think about on a daily basis. Although I probably should, I’m not walking around thinking how much I could [...]
While many of us want to save more, sometimes we need a little help starting the process! Here are some websites that will help you put saving into motion.
Inside or outside, no one is safe from financial blunders. Read This Week in Financial Blunders to see who’s messed up this week, online and off.
For many consumers, investing is a daunting prospect. It seems like it should be complex. However, the reality is that investing doesn’t have to be complicated. It’s actually fairly simple. Break it down, and you can get started investing quickly — and without things getting too crazy. Here are four simple steps that can help you start investing!
I’m saving for both retirement and college – my two-year-old daughter’s college. Right about the time she’d be putting her cute little hand out for some college money, I’ll be getting ready to retire. Here’s how I’m saving for two very different goals at the same time.