In your 20s, you may be juggling jobs, education, and relationships, but it’s wise to make sure your financial health is also being cared for. By starting with smart choices now, you can boost your comfort and success in your 30s and beyond.Continue reading
Tag Archives: Budget tips
Budgeting During Inflation: 4 Tips for Frugal Living
Inflation can cause budgeting to become a huge challenge. It’s important to stay frugal when possible to help combat some of the potentially detrimental effects of a higher cost of living. In this post, we’ll discuss some tips on how to stay on budget and keep your finances healthy.Continue reading
7 Tips for Managing Finances in Your 30s and 40s
Your 30s and 40s are typically a time in life when career paths solidify, debts begin to resolve, and you may even be planning or raising a family. It can be stressful to think about the future when things are already busy. However, with just a few easy adjustments, you can jump-start the next decades of your life with a clear financial plan.Continue reading
How to Manage Your Money in Your 50s and 60s
It’s never too late to re-evaluate and revamp your financial plan. Are you completely covered? Check out our top tips on how to stay up-to-date.Continue reading
6 Ways to Budget Gift Giving this Holiday Season
Holiday gift-giving doesn’t need to drain your bank account. According to Deloitte, 37% of American households say their financial situation is worse than last year. Despite the economic pressures and rise of inflation, the holiday spirit remains intact. The American people are finding creative ways to give meaningful gifts and stay within their budget. Check out our top six tips to help you get started.
Financial Security: Can You Really Have Too Much Saved?
Did you know that there are better ways to save than just using your spare bank account? In fact, by intelligently investing your cash, you can end up increasing your money while you’re saving it. Continue reading
How to Resist Impulsive Spending
A midwestern couple walks into a mall. They’re looking to get some exercise so they set their FitBits and 9,000 steps later they’ve dropped $500. If you’re waiting for a punchline, there isn’t one. They left the mall with three ramen bowls, two coats, a pair of Doc Martens, and a bag of Lindt truffles they didn’t need when they got there and still didn’t need when they left.
5 Easy Steps to Creating Your Own Budget
Managing your money is an essential part of financial planning that can set anyone up to have a successful future and meet critical milestones that are necessary to achieve financial security.
Enjoying Thanksgiving Dinner on a Budget
There is always so much to look forward to on Thanksgiving Day, from having friends and family over for dinner to playing games together and catching up on good times — and maybe even watching a little football.Continue reading
4 Ways to Stay Healthy on a Budget
Unfortunately, doing things the healthy way often also means doing things the more expensive way. However, there are still several ways that you can experience health on a budget and reduce how much you’re spending on these types of expenses.Continue reading