An estimated 13.4% of adult children ages 24 to 35 are living at home with their parents. When should parents stop paying for their grown children’s expenses?
There are reasons you may want to consider a life insurance policy even if you don’t have kids. Here are a few of them.
With the tight economy, more and more families are finding themselves living in multi-generational households. Here are some pros and cons.
Most Americans carry their cell phones everywhere, so there is great reason to be excited by technological advances such as a mobile wallet. Simply use your phone to pay everywhere you go and leave the credit cards and cash behind. Benefits Of The Mobile Wallet Even better, the mobile wallet offers many benefits that credit […]
Welcome 2012! January of a new year offers all of us a clean slate. Many blogs have been rife with suggestions for how to start the New Year on the right foot and make changes for the better with finances and diet, among other things. It is important to set new goals for yourself in […]
Crystal Paine and her husband Jesse share their strategies for saving money in her new book, The Money Saving Mom’s Budget Book. Win a copy.
If you are frugal or digging out of debt, expensive gifts may not be an option. Instead consider these ways to show your spouse you care.
Sometimes parents get so wrapped up in caring for their children that they forget to care for themselves, and for their financial health.
Here are some things we do to help remind our children to keep the birth of Christ the forefront of the holiday season.
Within the last four years, it has become more difficult to borrow. In that environment, more people are considering borrowing from family. Should they?
It is no secret that many Americans graduate from college with debt. The government may be offering some help to those with student loans.
Currently, the national unemployment rate is hovering at 9.1%. Some states, however, are booming. North Dakota has a national low of 3.5%. Here’s why.
Facebook is a great tool to keep up with family and friends, share pictures of your kids, ask for advice, keep others posted about what is happening in your life and learn what is happening in other people’s lives. I have some friends from college that I don’t talk to regularly, but I know what […]
If you are struggling to get out of debt, should you reveal your debt to your family and friends, or keep it on the down low?