Thanksgiving is a wonderful time to spend with family and give back to your community, but the actual meal preparations can sometimes be a bit more expensive that you’re ready for. Luckily, in the Internet Age there’s a wealth of knowledge at your fingertips. There are articles and tips, recipes and more just waiting for you to utilize. Here you can find a full menu … Continue reading How To: Thanksgiving on a Budget
This article details some of what you can expect from the Fed in September, and a lower-risk option for your money saving needs. If you don’t already have a rainy day fund, now is the time to start one. A money mutual fund is a low-risk, albeit low-reward, way of letting money accumulate for savings. This could be helpful if you find yourself in a … Continue reading Do you have a rainy day fund?
When you are just joining the workforce, your retirement fund might not be your first priority. Especially if you aren’t really sure what a 401(k) actually is. This article might be a helpful first step to figuring out what your options are! Continue reading A 20-something’s guide to the 401(k)
This video from Shai Reshef about a new way of earning a college degree without paying tuition could be the future of higher education. What do you think of this innovative program? Would you try it? Continue reading A Low Cost College Degree Option to Consider
One of the most popular New Year’s resolutions year after year is to become financially healthy, while at the same time money worries for many Americans have also steadily increased. Have you made a resolution to save money in the New Year? It’s only February, but have you already started breaking it? If so we are going to list some steps to help you keep … Continue reading Financial Health Can be Yours This Year
With a season of holiday cheer, bundling up for warmth and, of course, non-stop feasting, it’s easy to pack on a few pounds during the winter months. If you’re trying to get in shape for warmer weather, fulfilling a New Year’s resolution, or just trying to stay healthy and fit it may be the perfect time to think about getting a gym membership. But with high … Continue reading Reducing Holiday Bulk Without Breaking the Bank
If your new year’s resolution for this year is to eat healthier, you will be glad to know this habit can improve not only your health but also your wallet. Contradicting to the common belief that being healthy costs more, eating healthy actually saves you money in many ways: Skim on soda, energy drinks and coffee shop beverages (brew your own instead) to cut the … Continue reading New Year’s Resolutions Can Be Healthy and Frugal