A new year is upon us! What new year’s resolutions do you have for 2013? Do you want to improve your financial situation this year? Here are 8 financial new year’s resolutions to consider.
Making the transition from single to married life can be a difficult process for those with independent personalities. On top of combining the furniture and deciding whose lamp is better, couples should take a minute to discuss merging finances. Unorganized budgeting leads to overspending and unnecessary debt that can reduce your ability to save and [...]
As April came to a close and May started, personal finance blogs overflowed with the best approach to a new month. Plenty of other topics surfaced as well, and we sifted through the blogs to find the best. This week’s military personal finance roundup covers everything from tipping to saving.
Our third installment of the military personal finance weekly roundup brings you a fresh batch of personal finance news and advice. Remember we’ll be doing this every week to keep you informed on the latest in the personal finance blog world. Consumerism Commentary breaks down a Pew Research Study that found women value career success [...]
Whether you’re sick of rising costs, tired of your favorite product not being offered everywhere you’re stationed, or you just want a new hobby to pick up, going homemade can be your solution. Purchasing ingredients in bulk and applying them to the areas of personal care, cleaning solutions, garden, and pet can save you money [...]
Traditional forms of tracking your personal finances are becoming so removed from a modern lifestyle that you may feel like you’re doomed to overspend and stray from your budget. Thankfully, apps are released every day to help you be smart with your money. Financial security comes from a solid sense of where you stand and [...]