Ahhh, holiday breaks from university; a time to catch up on laundry, brag to your family about exemplary final marks and to get away from your roommate and his Modern Warfare marathons. Worrying about how you’ll manage to stand your great aunt Gertrude’s incessant spitting comes second to wondering how exactly you can get home without breaking the bank.
Managing your personal finances should not include a scream right out of a Halloween horror movie. If bills, receipts and mail seem to pile up, and you are not sure how much money you have in your checking and savings accounts, you could probably use some budgeting advice. Take a look at these budgeting tricks and treats, and keep the … Read more
The downward spiral of our economy, coupled with the threat of dried-up Social Security funds is pushing us to think of retirement, both on a deeper level and at an earlier age. What sorts of things should you keep in mind as you ponder the thought?
One of the primary methods for investing in your future is purchasing stock. However, many people are confounded by it. The math intimidates them and the risk of financial loss scares them away. Nothing is as intimidating as it seems and with risk comes great reward, especially with money.
Many smart phone owners view the term “there’s an app for that” as near gospel. There are few areas of life in which an uber-captivating iPhone or Android app can’t assist you. In the world of personal finance, this is particularly true as the market is flooded with apps to help you balance your checkbook, pay for items or find … Read more