The Three Costliest Money Mistakes: Week 2 of 3

Last week we discussed the first of the “three costliest money mistakes” according to Shape Magazine. This week we will look at why not having an emergency fund set up is another big mistake you can make. If you have an emergency or get sick, how do you plan to pay for it? Or what if some inevitable incident happens, like say you run over … Continue reading The Three Costliest Money Mistakes: Week 2 of 3

The Three Costliest Money Mistakes: Week 1 of 3

Over the next three weeks, we will be discussing the “three costliest money mistakes”, according to Shape Magazine. This week we will see why waiting to open an IRA or 401(k) can cost you. Take a look at these motives to encourage you to start your retirement account now! If you wait to start saving with an IRA or 401(k) you will be: Losing money … Continue reading The Three Costliest Money Mistakes: Week 1 of 3

Savings in the Month of August

Everyone likes breakfast food, right? And we know everyone likes to save money. Well for the entire month of August kids can eat free at IHOP from 4 – 10 p.m. everyday! This is at participating locations and only during the month of August. There are still plenty of days left to take advantage of this money saving opportunity! Also, have any other money savings … Continue reading Savings in the Month of August

Credit Card vs. Debit Card: Week 2 of 2

Many people want to gain better control of their finances by using a debit, but don’t want to have negative effects on their credit scores and finances by doing away with the credit card. Both have perks, which is why you should not do away with one or the other completely. Last week we discussed the importance of a credit card. This week we will … Continue reading Credit Card vs. Debit Card: Week 2 of 2