Let’s face it: we could all use some advice when it comes to managing our finances.
Certified money coach, Carrie Birgbauer Friedberg, writes about 6 ways you can stay on top of your finances – no matter what life throws at you.
You may not know, but it's not goods and services that are traded in this marketplace, its predominately securities.
I was a "couponer" long before couponing became "popular." While I don't endorse "extreme couponing," aggressive couponing tactics, or clearing the shelves at your local grocery store, I have saved a significant sum of money using coupons to buy the foods and supplies we eat and enjoy.
Here are my favorite tips for new couponers:
What would happen if half of millennial consumers ditched conventional financial service providers for Google or Apple?
When I counsel couples about financial responsibility, I find that many have made some of the same rash decisions, which has often led them down the path of financial hardship. So here’s the hard question for all of us in love: How do you say ‘no’ to that special someone when their request will certainly cause financial harm to one, and possibly both people?
Although there is no doubt that having a college degree makes a significant difference in the quality of life of young adults, making smart decisions before and during college can be the difference between financial success and lasting struggles with debt.
The tens of thousands of dollars in student loan debt that many borrowers owe can take years, or even decades, to pay off – and that’s if you earn enough money to make the payments. No wonder many graduates feel overwhelmed, or even hopeless.
Finding a way to get on top of your student loan debt is crucial. Ignore it and your balances will just continue to grow. You may even find yourself dodging debt collectors.
Don’t box yourself in by only learning the skills that are specific to your profession. The more skills you have, the more value you can bring to any situation.
Here are 7 key skills that you need to learn, regardless of your path in life:
Ah, summer. After the doldrums of winter, sunny skies and swimsuit weather are welcome treats.
But as the temperature rises, so does the temptation to spend. Here are a few ways you can keep your credit card bill manageable during the warm weather months:
1. Re-evaluate Recurring Spending
Every summer, I put a hold on my Hulu Plus account. Although the savings aren’t huge, there’s no sense in paying the fee when my TV shows are on hiatus until the fall. Several of my friends report freezing their...