It’s May 20 and that means it’s Be a Millionaire Day. Here are five ways you can save like a millionaire.
Should you be buying that lunch and coffee at work? Check out how these little things can add up to huge amounts over time.
Nobody likes wasting money, do they? Actually, according to a news report from Moebs Services, banks, credit unions and thrift institutions made $32 billion on overdraft fees in 2012. That’s right, $32,000,000,000! That’s a lot of zeros.
Buying a car seems like a stressful ordeal. With so many things to consider, it seems like a long process, too. Here is a checklist of factors to consider to make the process as smooth as possible.
Golf clubs are expensive. If you choose to buy the newest-model clubs, you can expect to pay top dollar. However, you don’t necessarily have to take that route. If you’re looking to save some cash, here’s an idea for you.
Using an outdoor clothesline in the summer saves you money in several different ways. Plus it’s another small step toward reducing your energy consumption and making the planet a healthier place.
Let’s take a look at the costs associated with taking a family of four to a baseball game compared to watching the game from home.
Reverse Mortgages are shrouded in confusion and misunderstanding. How does it work? Why is it reversed? What’s a mortgage? You should really know the answer to that last question, but i’ll help answer everything else in this week’s Know Your Mortgage: Reverse Mortgages.
Whether it’s at a fast food joint or a nice restaurant, eating out is expensive enough for one person. For a family of four, the cost soars to…well…four times the amount. Do you have any idea what this can do to your monthly budget?