New Years Resolutions That Save You Money

Okay, so we could all use a little help when it comes to getting our finances in order. It’s always a struggle. But two words: New. Year. It’s time to makes some changes that could potentially keep you from getting overwhelmed. Keep a budget. It is seriously important to keep a budget and stick to it. A good budget is the foundation to financial security. … Continue reading New Years Resolutions That Save You Money

The Guide to Giving (And Saving) This Holiday Season

You’ve still got enough turkey for three armies in that freezer. You know what time of year it is.Thanksgiving pies have been gobbled, but the gingerbread’s in the oven and the shopping has only begun. You’ve got nine days to get those presents. How are you going to make it? How are you going to make it?! Don’t panic.¬†We have some tips for you. Make … Continue reading The Guide to Giving (And Saving) This Holiday Season

Last Minute Christmas Shopping? Not A(pp) Problem.

You know, we get it. This time of year is stressful. Everything’s pulling you in a million different directions,, especially your wallet. And Christmas is coming as quickly as it can! Did you get everyone’s gifts? What about for that Secret Santa? What about for your great aunt’s new husband? What about for yourself? Let us help you. Here are a few apps that should be in your arsenal this Christmas.
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Five Holiday Hacks To Do This December

We keep stressing the importance of saving during the holiday season, but we genuinely can’t stress it enough. This time of year is always the most chaotic on our budgets. Here at The EDSA Group, we’ve put together a few holiday hacks that are easy to do, and ingenious to use! Continue reading Five Holiday Hacks To Do This December

Tis the Season of Giving: But Where is Your Money Going To?

In May of this year, four cancer charities (Cancer Fund of America, Inc., Concert Support Services, Inc., Children’s Cancer Fund of America, Inc., and The Breast Cancer Society of America, Inc.) were charged for “personal fiefdoms characterized by rampant nepotism, flagrant conflicts of interest, and excessive insider compensation.” According to the case, only 3 percent of the money donated by caring individuals was given to cancer patients. Continue reading Tis the Season of Giving: But Where is Your Money Going To?