When saving money becomes a burden, the next best thing is trying to cut costs wherever possible. If you could find useful things to buy for $1 or less, wouldn’t you take advantage to save even more? Couponing to save money on food, turning off the lights to save on electricity,
Love, love, love. Love is all you need, as the Beatles used to sing. When wedding bells start to ring though, it’s usually time to fork up a whole lot of money! Weddings are expensive and that’s not a secret. Money problems and debt shouldn’t be a way to start
In this day and age, it’s time everyone learned about the card myths to stop worrying about! Credit cards are well known for being a powerful credit score boosting tool. They come with advantages and disadvantages, but generally, they’re a useful financial product. Like any other money related tool, however,
Today we have a guest post from Steven. Steven is a professional personal finance writer. He is a contributor for several professional finance sites. His work has been mentioned in and linked to from, USA Today, The Huffington Post, Benzinga, Investopedia and many other publications. He also has his own
How to save for a down payment on a house is a legit concern for anyone thinking of becoming a home owner. Going into debt, regardless of the reason, is generally a bad idea. Without certain loans though, some goals would be impossible to achieve! One of them is becoming
Today’s article is from Andrew. Andrew Altman is the editor-in- chief of an informational website SlickBucks.com. SlickBucks aims to help beginner investors and traders by reviewing financial products and brokerages, sharing advice and tips and publishing helpful guides for new investors and help them to get the kind of financial wealth they desire.
Maybe the golden years still look too blurry to glimpse at a clear picture, but over the years we should be able to grab hold of a few retirement lessons from grandparents. Unlike many of my former school mates, I didn’t have the opportunity to spend summer vacations at the
Do you find saving money for retirement to be an overwhelming financial burden? What if you stopped freaking out and started learning about living frugally on a low retirement income? While the thought of early retirement often makes people’s eyes turn into the shape of little hearts, saving enough money to