Now that we made it 30 days past Christmas, you likely have received your latest credit card statement(s) with your holiday spending by now. If you are one of the 35% of Americans who took on holiday debt, you be may in financial stress. ... READ MORE
We all are feeling the pinch of inflation. Everywhere from gas to the grocery store. Now, with the holiday season looming I am feeling anxious about my spending.
All of the things that make the holiday special like decorations, meals, and ... READ MORE
Money management is a complex topic. Teaching youth about money can be even more challenging. So, what are some lessons that young people can learn that will help put them on the path of financial success?
Wants versus needs
It is important ... READ MORE
Now that we are squarely into 2022, we can start to look forward to all that the new year will bring us. What we won't look forward to are all the credit card bills the post office will bring us. To help alleviate that holiday debt, let's ... READ MORE
If you’ve procrastinated getting your 2017 taxes filed, hopefully it is on your “to do” list this week, because the due date is coming up soon! With the number of new data breaches we hear about on the news—791 data breaches for the ... READ MORE
Many people made it a goal this year to improve their financial wellbeing, and one way to do that is by looking at different types of expenses: fixed and flexible. By keeping track of your fixed and flexible expenses in your spending plan, ... READ MORE
With only one more vacation day remaining before he returned to work to begin the New Year, he lounged on his smelly and worn sofa. “…Finishing out the old year watching an old movie in my old living room”, is how he described his thought ... READ MORE
In Part 1 of "Money Management Help for Millennials", we discussed millennials lacking of a basic financial education. In this segment, we will discuss spending without a plan. Budgeting for millennials seems to be a challenge. A recent survey ... READ MORE