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
There is a common misconception that investing is only for people who have plenty of extra money lying around. But unlike many large purchases, investing requires no hefty down payment and it will have huge benefits for you in the future. Pay yourself first. We have all heard it but how often do you actually live by this rule? It doesn’t have to be painful … Continue reading Investing on a Budget
Picnics are a classic summertime source of entertainment and June 18th is all about celebrating them. While you might have plenty of food at your picnic, you could be left feeling empty handed if you break the bank to prepare for the meal. Here are a few tips that will keep both your guests and your wallet happy at your next picnic. Use your everyday … Continue reading Gear Up for National Picnic Day: Save Big While Still Being the Hostess with the Mostess
June is National Pet Preparedness month and as we all know the expenses of owning a pet add up quickly. Keep your pet budget on the right path with these money saving tips. Look for pet food and treats online. All online pet stores and even many online grocery stores sell pet food. They offer tons of brands for all types of diets and many … Continue reading How are You Saving for National Pet Preparedness Month?
The 401(k) may well be the best investment tool ever for building long-term wealth, and many people don’t take advantage of it. Is it time to take a second look at your 401(k)? Here are six ways you can maximize your retirement savings starting right now — even if your plan only offers a few investment options. You’ll be amazed by the difference it can … Continue reading Getting The Most From Your 401(k)
“[Graduates in debt] start out with an anchor that slows their progression toward future goals,” Ernie Almonte, chair of the AICPA’s National CPA Financial Literacy Commission, said in a statement. 41% of the more than 200 people (according to a survey from the American Institute of CPAs) said they have delayed saving for retirement, 40% have put off buying cars, and 29% have postponed home … Continue reading Don’t Let Student Loan Debt Delay You from Buying a House
If you’re graduating from college, congratulations! Here’s a free graduation gift: six smart money moves for graduates. Choose Your Job Carefully – If you’ve chosen your career, remember that a lower-paying job in your field is likely to be a better deal in the long run than a higher-paying job in a field you have no long-term interest in. Accepting a job in an unrelated … Continue reading Say Goodbye to the Broke College Student, and Hello to the Budgeting Graduate