In today’s digital world, you may think checks are a thing of the past. When in reality, the truth couldn’t be farther away from that. For more than one transaction, it might be best to use a check instead of electronic alternatives.
Reminders to wash our hands, to keep social distance, and to avoid sneezing and coughing in public have become an almost daily occurrence in the media. But physical health is not our only concern in the face of stock market plunges, rising unemployment, and forced business closures.
From the time we are expected to stand on our own two feet, we are hit with the hidden costs of living. Whether we are talking about the extra costs associated with attending college or the extra costs associated with simply putting a roof over your head, these payments can add up.Continue reading
Whether you’re a young college student just getting started with adult life, someone in their 30s or 40s raising a family, or even in your middle age or beyond, there are always benefits to living frugally.Continue reading
Taking initiative over your finances can sometimes be a confusing endeavor. After all, it seems like everyone has their own twist on personal financial advice.Continue reading
Handling finances as a single person can be difficult. Add another adult with income into the mix, and the difficulty can expand. Frequently, a couple will have both a spender and a saver. This is why couples need to have a strategy when it comes to handling household finances.Continue reading
Valentine’s Day is here again! It is time to show the one you love just how much you love them. This time is filled with stores packedto the brim with red and white Valentine themed foods, chocolates, plush toys, clothing, and much more.Continue reading
Financial literacy involves teaching students the basics of money management. This includes things such as debt, budgeting, saving, and lending. The purpose of financial literacy courses is to set a foundation for students so that they can build strong money habits later in their lives.
As humans, we all have the vices that we would rather not have. Money definitely acts like one of those vices. For this reason, millions of Americans set money-related resolutions every New Year.