Giving money to charity can be a great idea and might be top of mind as
the holidays near, but donating with a charity credit card? No so much.
Making all of your purchases with a debit card is a good way to avoid
spending more money, but it’s not
always the smartest way.
Use apps such as Gift Plan to organize your spending this holiday season. Spend consciously, bake gifts and carry cash instead of credit cards.
It’s never advisable to rush out and take on debt, but there are times when doing so actually makes sense.
Creating a budget for two requires detailing the financial situation of each person. Then both of you must discuss short-term and long-term goals.
You’ve been great about saving and not going on a spending spree. But
every now and then, it’d be nice to loosen the budget belt a little.
No one likes to be broke. But financial struggles
can help you learn more about yourself and how to better handle finances
in the future.
Newlyweds who both work do well to think about what to do with two incomes. Here are some pointers.
Buyer's remorse can cause physical and emotional symptoms and may leave a nasty dent on your bank
account as well.
If you were born between the early 1980s and the early 2000s, there’s a
more than 40% chance your finances have you persistently stressed