Life is full of surprises, and some of them can be expensive. Whether it’s a medical emergency, job loss, car repairs or any other unforeseen event, having a financial safety net can provide a sense of security and stability.
Talking finances with your partner may not be your idea of a shared romantic moment but communicating openly about how you manage your money is a crucial part of having an honest and trusting relationship.
Halloween is great fun for kids and kids-at-heart. But, if you’re the one left paying for all those costumes, decor, and candy, you may find the only scare you’re getting from Halloween this year is fear of the credit card bill’s arrival. Don't let the costs spook you out; we’ve got seven great hacks for saving this Halloween.
Building good financial habits during college can set the stage for a secure and successful financial future. Let’s take a look at some tips that can help you navigate your finances successfully throughout your years in college.
Making a vacation budget is not as difficult as it may seem. All it takes is some careful planning, quick calculations, and the willpower to follow it. Here’s what you need to know about making a vacation budget.
Despite its bad rap, not all debt is bad debt. Some debts are actually beneficial for the debtor and can be considered “good debt.” Let’s take a look at the factors defining good debt, the various types of good debt and how to keep this debt from going bad.
Congrats – you’ve won an all-expense paid vacation to the Bahamas! It’s a dream come true! Or is it? Unfortunately, if you receive notification that you’ve landed a free luxury vacation, you’ve likely been targeted by a scam. Here’s what you need to know about free vacation scams and how to protect yourself from falling victim.
The holidays are over, and if you’ve gone over budget with your spending, it’s time to deal with the aftermath. Instead of living in a financial deficit, take steps to repair your budget as soon as the last guest leaves.
The holidays are drawing closer and there’s still so much to do! With just a bit of planning and organization, you can have a stress-free and affordable holiday season.
Black Friday has traditionally been the day that kicks off the holiday shopping season, sending hordes of crowds surging through malls and big-box stores all over the nation. Unfortunately, it’s also been a day that kicks off the season of shopping scams.