Generally, one member of the couple is responsible for the household finances. If you are not this person, now is the time to familiarize yourself. Do a little research. Heck, do a lot.
So you finally went and landed that new job or promotion you’ve been after. Give yourself a pat on the back. But have you thought about what you’ll do with the extra money you’ll be earning? It’s human nature to quickly grow accustomed to what we’ve got, so if you don’t make a plan for your sudden windfall, you’ll find yourself frittering it away on inconsequential items. Here are a few better options for making use of your bonus bucks.
When you have kids, there’s so much more to do. Of course, you have to take care of them, and that sure takes up a lot of time. But also, you need to get certain financial arrangements in order to ensure they’ll be taken care of properly for a long time.
If only I knew in my twenties, what I now know in my thirties…
An important piece to getting your financial house in order this season is setting a new spring budget. Here are five steps to help get you started:
Is it starting to feel like everything you pay for costs more than it did the week before? Starbucks coffee went up a few months ago, gas prices are climbing as summer approaches, and food prices are setting new records. Since your income is not going to increase, to cover the increased bill, here are a list of ten tips to help you save on your grocery bill.
Are you off to parts warm or relaxing this March Break? If you’ve been saving all winter for this trip, it’s important to make the investment worth it. Just because you’re treating yourself to a break doesn’t mean you should throw financial caution to the wind. Before you book and while you’re away, keep in mind these money-saving tips.