June 3rd is Repeat Day! Today is a day to repeat something you enjoy doing. In the spirit of this obscure holiday, we came up with five financial habits to repeat each day. These habits will save you money that can be used to pay off debts and add other benefits to your life!
A new month brings new budget challenges. This time of year can be busy. School wraps up and the temperatures rise. While summer fun increases, your budget probably doesn’t. Let’s go over some unexpected June budget items and how to … Read More »
If you’re worried about overspending, guess what? You’re not alone. According to the studies conducted by Harris Poll at NerdWallet, more than 48% of Americans believe that emotions have caused them to spend more than they can reasonably afford. Stress, … Read More »
As you know, Pinterest has a plethora of good ideas! While many focus on food, parenting and home decor, there is plenty about personal finances as well. Here are a few Pinterest personal finance tips to consider in your money … Read More »
Results from a poll of 700 US military service members and 100 military spouses revealed surprising information. Veteran personal finances differed on several levels compared to civilian finances. Learn more about Veteran debt statistics and the results of the poll.
Whether you like it or not, life and money are intrinsically linked. Each transition in life and each milestone you achieve presents its own set of financial priorities. Most people wait until they reach 40 to think about money as … Read More »
We’ve all heard the general rules of saving money. You should be putting 10% of your income into savings. Your emergency fund should cover 3-6 months of living expenses. We know savings is an important part of money management. But … Read More »
When it comes to saving money, we’re not all misers and scrooges. It’s difficult to find a place to start. Should you begin by cutting costs, picking up more hours at work or opening a separate savings account altogether? Instead, … Read More »
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.