Small Business Saturday is fast approaching! Are you going to shop small and show your support on November 28? INSIDE: Three great reasons to ditch the mall, shop small and support your local economy this year.
This week on Zing we’ve made a list of our favorite personal finance books, which actually make great presents. As you’re preparing for the holidays, think about giving your friends and family the gift of good finances with these great reads.
It’s that time of year again – holiday shopping season! But this year can be different; you don’t have to rack up a big bill.
In an ideal world, you wouldn’t have any debt to pass on to your family. But whether it’s caused by circumstances or life choices, some of us will inevitably be in the red even when we’re dead. Let’s take a deeper look at what happens to your debt when you’re gone.
If you’re the type of person who’s used to putting Christmas presents on a credit card, make this year a turning point. Instead of paying off Santa’s balance weeks later, commit to a debt-free holiday. Read our tips below to make it happen.
If you’re ready to cut the cord that the cable company has bound around your wallet, check out this list of alternatives to traditional television entertainment.
“Now Hiring” signs are popping up all over online and in-store as companies look to fill hundreds, if not thousands, of temporary positions this holiday season. Seasonal employment comes with some advantages.
Bonds. Savings bonds. If you have a Casino Royale stash of those weird-looking U.S. savings bonds lying around that you received “from Grandmother with love?” Get your Goldeneye on this article and see what your options are for your bonds ¬– find out if you have a license to cash.
Having problems keeping money in the bank? Here are the reasons you’re broke and the habits you need to adopt to start saving money each and every month.
You’re looking to dine out, but you don’t want to break the bank doing it. We have some tips to help make sure filling your stomach doesn’t empty your bank account.