With Spring Break right around the corner, take a few steps to save money while having some fun in the sun. Consider these simple ideas to help you (and your friends) spend less! Share items – Instead of buying your own sunscreen or tanning oil, share with a friend. You both can split the cost and take turns with the items. Pack your food – … Continue reading Save Money on Spring Break
Do you think $40 per gallon is expensive? That number is outrageous for gasoline, but if you drink your coffee from a coffee shop, you may be in the group that pays $40 a gallon. Think about it – if you pay about $2.50 for an 8oz. cup of coffee, after 16 cups you have reached a total of $40. If you drink two cups … Continue reading How Much Are You Paying Per Gallon?
What do Ace Hood, Nicholas Cage, and Ed McMahon have in common? All are successful celebrities who at one time faced financial ruin. What went wrong? Without a doubt, they didn’t follow money management basics. Anyone rich or poor can make bad financial decisions that can start a downward financial spiral. At one time, Cage owned 15 homes, for instance. Hood reported extravagant spending and … Continue reading Even Celebrities Have to Learn Their Financial Lessons
No matter your age, occupation, or status, it is important to know about credit cards and the effects they can have on your finances. Yes, credit cards are convenient with their “buy now – pay later” incentive, but without careful use they could spiral you into debt! According to an article from Fox Business, there are six important lessons you should learn before obtaining your … Continue reading Six Important Lessons to Know About Credit