Savings bonds are a long-term savings instrument intended to be a lower-risk alternative or compliment to more potentially-perilous investments like stocks. There is virtually no risk when purchasing savings bonds. You’re essentially investing in the United States of America.
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!
Do you shop for groceries? Do you like to save money? Yes, you say? How convenient! We’re featuring five amazing mobile apps that will help you with both of those things!
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.
Tightening the grip on your budget can sometimes make you feel hopelessly caught in a financial trap. Wouldn’t it be nice to get a little breathing room to save for the things that you may not need, but would sure like to have or do? It’s time for you to take the next step in your personal budgeting, and make your money grow. Here are some surefire options to help your money flourish.
Have you ever considered hiring a financial planner? Let's take a look at what financial planners do, and some good reasons to hire one.
It’s not easy to calculate how much money you’ll need. There are so many different rules and schools of thought when it comes to retirement funds, social security, and savings. Here are some common rules about retirement saving that might not apply to you.
Kids don’t just grow up and magically acquire money-management skills. Financial responsibility is a life-long skill that should be taught from an early age. Here are a few of my favorite ideas for teaching kids about money.
No matter how diligent a homeowner you are, things will sometimes happen that are outside of your control. The most important thing to do is to take steps to be prepared so the unexpected doesn’t disrupt your life too much. If you are prepared for the worst, no situation will break you. Here are three steps you should take to be prepared for a home-related tragedy.
Teaching your child about budgeting and personal finance can seem like a challenge. Here are some tips to introduce them to the subject and develop good habits.