What steps do you take to make filing your taxes easier for the next year? Here’s 5 steps we plan to take this year to make next tax season easier.
Fifty percent of baby boomers have $100,000 or less saved for retirement. Here are some ways to make the retirement savings stretch.
Owning a pet is a privilege and a delight, but it can be expensive. If you take the right steps, however, it doesn’t have to break the bank.
There is insurance available for many scenarios, but as a consumer, your job is to discern what insurance you really need and which you can pass up.
Just because you didn’t make headway on your resolutions in January doesn’t mean you have to give up. There is still plenty of time to make concrete goals.
One of my goals for the year is to lower my grocery bill. One strategy that intrigued me was visiting a discount grocery store.
Some of the most charitable givers are the ones with the tightest budgets. Even if your budget is small, there are plenty of other ways to help children in need.
If you received an unwanted gift this year, there are many ways to put it in the hands of others who could really use and appreciate the gift. Here are 5.
Knowing where we have been, and how long it took to get there, can help us all set realistic goals that are more likely to be accomplished in the new year.
What do you give to the person who has everything? One idea is to give a food box delivery gift of produce, meat or other foods. Here are a few favorites.
If we want to feel more secure and better able to handle any political turbulence, we must look to our ancestors and practice self-sufficiency again.
If you changed your habits and created more time by limiting distractions, how could you save or make more money?
If you’re planning on shopping for a car in the near future, you might want to be wary of several shady Internet sales tactics? Here’s what to look for.
To make the most money from your clutter when decluttering your home, it’s important to diversify and sell your things through a variety of venues.