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When ‘Money Wisdom’ Starts Becoming A Must

We all know the slow ascent of our age, and the responsibility that comes with this. It takes time to develop into a fully crown and functional new adult, but that doesn’t mean it’s impossible in the least. So far, you’re sure to have made some wonderful strides into becoming the...
Posted On 15 Feb 2018

5 Ways To Cut Your Heating Bills

Image Source Are you spending a fortune keeping your home warm? Here are just a few ways that you could cut your heating bills and stay warm for less.   Upgrade your insulation Keeping your home well-insulated can prevent heat from escaping and reduce your need to turn on...
Posted On 12 Feb 2018

Before You Go: 4 Important Preparations for a Long-Term Trip Abroad

Although short trips abroad can be fun, you may also feel like you’re leaving as soon as you start getting comfortable. That’s why some people like to take long-term trips abroad instead. If you’ve decided to go with a long-term trip abroad, such as a study abroad program, a work...
Posted On 09 Feb 2018

How to Save Money Playing Golf

Golf has a well-earned reputation for being a very expensive sport to play and it is normally associated with the upper classes. A lot of money can be spent on golf by the time you add up how much the clubs cost, balls, bags, shoes, clothes and accessories are. Plus, you have to...
Posted On 25 Jan 2018

Provide For Your Family & Still Save Money

When you have a family to look after, it can often be worrying trying to make ends meet. Many parents out there struggle daily with the task of trying to bring in enough money to the home and also ensure that they are providing for their family as well as possible. It can be hard...
Posted On 08 Nov 2017

Creative Ways to Save Money after You Turn 25

Often times the most difficult financial habit to adopt is saving money. This habit requires one to have such high levels of financial discipline and self-control. Saving money at first may seem like a daunting task, but in the end, it is one of the best decisions you can make in...
Posted On 05 Nov 2017

Saving Money: How To Have Enough Money For Family Car Emergencies

The total cost of vehicle maintenance and upkeep is often far higher than many owners might realize. Families who fail to budget for emergency car repairs may find themselves in a very difficult situation should their car or truck experience a mechanical failure. Vehicle owners...
Posted On 12 Dec 2016

How Your Money Can Work For You When You Have A Capital One 360 Money Market Account!

Thank you Capital One for sponsoring this post! This is a paid endorsement. All opinions are my own and were not directed by Capital One.  We all work hard for our money and definitely hate the idea of wasting money. With that said it’s time to put your money to work for...
Posted On 13 Sep 2016

6 Tips for Keeping Your Cooling Bills Under Control This Summer

Summer often incites a variety of additional expenses families have to take on each year. Sometimes food gets more expensive because the children are home from school, and fuel costs are higher since families tend to go on trips and rides when the sun is out. Another expense that...

Personal Finance Lessons We Learned From Our Parents

Learning how to finance money and manage a healthy relationship with a budget is often an acquired skill that takes time to learn. For most people, learning how to invest and save for retirement can be a challenge and a difficult world to explore. Although finances may take time...
Posted On 22 Aug 2014

Merging Two Households into one: Five Money Saving Tips that Might Go Overlooked

When newlywed couples are merging their households together, one of the trickiest parts of the merger is combining their finances. You need to think carefully about how you are going to approach this. It can be a sticking point for a lot of new couples. If you want to make it...

Little-known Investment And Money Saving Tips For Seniors

Though many people see becoming a “senior” as simply becoming old, hitting the 65 year mark yields a whole new world of possibilities. Retiring means that you no longer have the responsibility of working, and can now do what you like and take your life anywhere you wish it to...
Posted On 04 Oct 2013

You Too Can Be Rich, Says Buffet – 10 Financial Lessons We Can Learn From Warren Buffet

Warren Buffet believes it is not so difficult for anyone to take control of their financial future if this is what they really desire to do. They must first start by becoming financial literate and getting a financial planner. Both of these things are something that are not done...
Posted On 25 Aug 2013