There are always places in the budget you can cut – if you want to. Here are a few places that we’re cutting.
Have you noticed a creep in your food prices? By making a few smart moves, you can continue to eat healthy, fresh food, without seeing an increase in your grocery budget.
Now is the perfect time to consider enrolling in a CSA, community supported agriculture. CSAs can save you money, support the local economy and eat fresh local food..
SmarterBucks is a new reward program that has a very specific use for the rewards–to pay down student loan debt. Here’s a review.
Consider making these small changes in your financial life to have a positive impact on your bottom line.
ReadyForZero is a valuable tool for those who want to get out of debt, and best of all, it is free! Here is a full ReadyForZero review.
The best way to combat the chance of being a fraud victim? File your tax return early and get your money before the criminal can. Here’s some of the popular tax scams being used.
We are constantly bombarded by sales and ways to save money in our country, but are you truly saving money if you’re getting a deal on something you don’t need?
If you would like to help the victims of the Sandy Hook shootings, there are many ways you can show support, even if money is tight.
Co-signing a loan can be a dangerous practice. If the other person stops paying, you are on the hook for the payment. But what if you co-sign for your child, and they die?
This holiday season, there are some great ways to teach your children about helping out those less fortunate. One is by donating to organizations that help other children.
Taking care of your health is important, not only for your quality of life, but because of how being unhealthy can rob you of future wealth. Consider the financial ways poor health can affect you.
It can be easy to get so wrapped up in our holiday “traditions” and making everything perfect that we forget the true meaning of the holiday.
Here are some money management strategies from the Duggar family that have allowed to live debt free despite raising 19 children.