Spring is in full bloom, and it’s time to budget! Our couple is getting a little restless. Let’s use the May budget example to help them plan a vacation.
Wondering why people choose to live on a single income? Sometimes it’s all about saving for a big financial goal; other times it’s simply wanting to live with less. Learn how you can live on one income to meet your … Read More »
Every month brings a new budget with it’s own wheelings and dealings. While most expenses are expected, there can still be plenty of surprises. Take a look at these unexpected April budget items as you prepare your household budget.
It may still be too early to pack away our winter coats or snow boots. However, it is always nice to plan ahead. Summer will be here in no time and that means you are about to put your vacation … Read More »
Considering taking a trip? Great news- we have some tips to help you save money while traveling abroad. Other than the obvious- start budgeting for vacation well in advance- we have some ways to cut costs when your vacation is … Read More »
March is a whole new month and a whole new budget. Hopefully, you have been trying to anticipate these extra costs since the start of this series. Here are a few examples of unexpected March budget items to consider as … Read More »
It’s February, but a lot of us already have summer on the mind. Ideally, your summer vacation will not result in consumer debt, and that’s where we come in. Say you start budgeting for vacation set to take place in … Read More »
Spring break is the best. It’s a mid-semester “pause” button on all of your school-related stress. Hopefully it will help you relax, recharge, and mentally prepare for the remainder of the year. But, going on a big spring break trip … Read More »
There are only a handful of days remaining in the year. With some extra time off, now is a great opportunity to take a look over your finances from the year. And you can move forward and plan your goals … Read More »