The newly redesigned $100 bill was announced in 2010, but due to production delays it won’t be put into circulation until later this year.
Archives for April 2013
You care about your finances, but are you taking the time to truly enjoy your life, and your money, now?
Teaching your children how to be financially independent in their 20s will go a long way toward helping you preserve your own retirement.
Whether you believe in the tithe or free will giving, I think we can all agree that giving is something that Christians are called to do.
Studies have shown that people aren’t saving enough to get them by in retirement. Be different and bump your retirement savings into high gear.
How does a 401(k) to IRA rollover work with Betterment.com? What process do they use – a direct rollover or an indirect rollover?
We’ve had a roller coaster ride when it comes to our property taxes over the past few years. So what are the some of the factors that affect your property taxes?
Practicing an attitude of gratitude can help you in all walks of your life–financial, career, marriage–just to name a few. Why not try it today?
Mint.com announced that they are going to be creating a new suite of tools similar to what they offer on their site that can be integrated into banking partner websites. Would you use Mint via your bank’s website?
If you are currently looking for a mortgage or refinance, Mutual of Omaha Bank Mortgage is definitely worth a second look. Here’s my review.
A recent study found that an hour of smart couponing is estimated to yield about $100 in savings. I decided to see just how much we could save at our house if I did the bare minimum.
If you’re a college student or you’re the parent of one, there are spring or summer break opportunities that let you or your child do good, and sometimes even travel.
There are 3 main ways that you can save on your taxes. Here’s a quick rundown of what they are.
Many employers offer a flexible spending account for employees to contribute to and save on taxes. But how do you figure out how much to contribute?