Managing a budget is something many are not taught. But it should be! While we live in the digital world where money is swiped faster than we can pull out coins, it can seem even harder to know where our money goes. Sometimes, it feels like there is no romance with our budgets. Why not be able to do what you want and get what you deserve in return? You can, and the answer is to date your pocketbook. Put a little romance into it for the perfect “marriage.”
ince the expiration of the payroll tax holiday at the beginning of this year, most Americans have seen a 2% decrease in take-home pay. If you make $50,000 per year, your salary just got cut by $1,000. With the economy not quite at full steam yet, this decrease in available cash is probably putting a strain on many households. Read on for some helpful tips on how you can budget for the tax increase.
You would be surprised how much all the little extra stuff we buy adds up. By altering your little spending habits, you may start to save some big bucks and be able to buy your first house sooner than you think. Check out this list we’ve compiled of some ways you can change your spending habits to start saving up!
Are you looking for a way to make some extra cash this summer? Join the crowd! Millions across the United States are looking to supplement their income for a variety of reasons – from funding vacations, to paying off loans or just trying to save for the future. Whether you’re working full time or not at all, here are some simple and effective ways to help fatten your wallet for the next three months and beyond!
What’s the best place to put your savings if you’re interested in earning interest? Here’s the nitty-gritty on the three main types of savings accounts.
Let your money work for you. Your money could be earning more money in an online high-yield savings account.
It’s May 20 and that means it’s Be a Millionaire Day. Here are five ways you can save like a millionaire.
Whether you’ve thought about it or not, now is the time to save for your child’s education fund.
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.