Credit Card Tips For 2017

When one year comes to an end and a new year begins, many people start making goals and reorganizing their lives. At the top of most goal-setter’s new year’s list (right after weight loss that is) is financial rehabilitation. That being said, making the smartest credit card decisions can set you up for a financially […]

Surviving The Holidays With NO Debt!

Last year, Americans found themselves in debt averaging around $1,073 after the holiday season! According to a study done by Magnify Money, 1 out of every 4 Americans will be in holiday debt in 2016. That, on top of other debt obligations, can cause a lot of financial stress for the average family. Many times, unassuming […]

Saving Money During The Holidays

The most wonderful time of year can also be the most stressful. Between making holiday travel plans, and finding the perfect gifts for your loved ones, saving money can feel impossible. However, putting aside money and taking care of holiday expenses is still doable with a bit of preparation and serious discipline. Check out our […]

Winterize Your Life

As the weather becomes brisker, and the leaves begin to change colors and fall, you should take some time to prepare your home for winter. Doing these things ahead of time can save you money in the long-run, and prevent you from being out in the cold. Heating System Tune-up You should change your filter monthly. […]

Savings Tips For Black Friday Shopping

The holidays are some of the most festive and financially stressful times of the year. Between travelling, purchasing gifts, and feeding a ton of hungry family members, you may find yourself strapped for cash. Have no fear, Black Friday is here. OK, you may be wondering why would I mention savings and the biggest holiday […]

Finance 101: Cutting The Cord On Cable

Are you one of the many individuals who pay a $100+ cable bill every month and only watch a handful of the channels that you’re paying for? Well, if that’s the case, maybe it’s time to cut the cord on your cable and opt in for some less expensive options. No, I’m not saying you […]

Buying a Home with Student Loan Debt

Managing Your Student Loan Debt

It’s 2016 and student loan debt in the U.S. is sitting at a staggering $1.3 trillion. That total is comprised of about 43.3 million borrowers. With that many Americans holding a student loan balance, one might assume that borrowers are educated about all things student loans so that they don’t make critical mistakes with their […]

Are Your Expensive Habits Costing You Hundreds?

A habit, as defined by Merriam-Webster, is a usual way of behaving: something that a person does often in a regular and repeated way. Life’s little luxuries are nice to indulge in every now and again, but when splurges become habitual practices, your savings can seriously suffer. Try cutting out some of these habits and […]