To be money savvy means to be aware of what you have available and what you are spending. Here’s how to step up your money savvy.
If you are operating your household on one income or living from paycheck to paycheck, you understand the importance of managing every dime that you earn. Use these tips to learn how to manage your money and save a little for a rainy day.
Bankruptcy is not something easy to bounce back from. Here are 4 ways to help you steer clear of having to file.
Having a monthly money day is a great way to review your current expenses and see how you can cut costs.
The only certain things in life are death and taxes … and student loans.
If approached in a sensible way, gambling can be a fun way to earn a little extra money on the side.
You have to spend money to make money, but that doesn’t mean you need to take financial risks.
To save money at home, it can sometimes be a complete lifestyle change for some. With these tips you can make clever adjustments without affecting your comfort, health, and wellbeing,
Having trouble with your budget? The envelope style budgeting system might be a lifesaver for you. It worked well for my grandparents and parents and is a favorite method of ours here at Life in a House.
Where you live will affect your finances. You’ll either be able to save for a rainy day or you will be surviving paycheck to paycheck. Here’s how to do your homework first to see how your finances will be affected at that new address you are looking at.
It is possible to use credit cards without completely ruining your finances. Check out these tips to keep you on track with your credit card debt.
As your family grows, your tax status will change. Here’s how to keep taxes from taxing the family and a few simple things to keep in mind.
If you experience a sudden drop in income, it can spin your entire universe out of control if you don’t deal with the situation right away. Use these tips to help you get straight again if this happens to you.