The fact of the matter is, weddings are expensive. But how does one go about setting that magic wedding budget number? From one bride to another, here are some tips for setting a realistic budget – and sticking to it along the way.
College is hard. Getting slammed by a wrestler from the WWE is worse. What do these two have in common, other than the pains they cause? Find out in This Week in Financial Blunders.
I’ve received a ton of questions about Bitcoin in the past week or so. Given that most of our Zing readers are financially curious and engaged people, I thought a quick recap of what Bitcoin is and what it might mean could be helpful to some of you.
One of the great things about technology is how easy it makes everything. You can do almost anything with the help of the latest technology. That includes sending money. Here are four of your options when it comes to sending money to others.
In our last column, we time-traveled back to childhood to identify early lessons about the meanings of money and material things, and we looked at connections between those lessons and the way we handle money as adults. If you see such links, and you’re not happy with their effects on your current financial life, it’s time to make the move from self-exploration to self-change.
Money is a very important part of everyday life. Every second, money is changing hands as one person buys a new shirt or one person leases a new car. To help you better understand the money in your wallet, MBA-in-Finance.org has put together this awesome infographic. Enjoy!
From a business standpoint, almost any company would have probably got rid of the penny years ago since it costs more to make than it’s worth. On the other hand, most of us want to save our money – even if it means a penny here and there. What do you think? Should the U.S. Mint ditch the penny?
There are a lot of resources for finding opinions on different products and services. Here is a list of the top reviews websites to find those opinions.
Overwhelmed by the seemingly endless opitons phones, smartphones, and their plans? Or are you sick of paying $100+ for your phone bill? Read through and try to determine which cell phone plan will be the best for you.
So you’ve recently graduated college with a pile of debt. Take control of your finances right away and ready yourself for new financial challenges with these helpful tips.