You may think that your utility bills are fixed and offer no room for savings. But with a little effort, you can find extra dollars in every corner of your home.
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Without a budget of some kind, many people don’t have a full grasp on how much they spend on food, particularly when eating out. Food is a variable expense and one of the biggest household expenses.
If you have a kid — or kids — you need a budget. You brought life into this world; bring some financial order into yours as well. You’ll all be happier.
Making your home look great and keeping it fresh calls for a budget strategy like anything else in your financial life. With the right approach, you won’t be overwhelmed when it’s time for nesting.
You may be surprised to find that a quick decision you made many months ago is still hitting your checking account today.
Creating a budget helps ensure you don’t go into too much debt and helps you pay down debt if you’ve taken so much that you’re living paycheck to paycheck.
For a lot of Americans, auto loan debt continues to grow. Auto loan debt crossed over the $1-trillion mark in 2015 and has risen to more than $1.1 trillion since then, according to the Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis.
Housing tends to be our biggest monthly expense and easiest to put at the top of the list. That’s usually your mortgage or rent.
In this study, the Data Labs team took a close look at monthly variations in loan usage. The team analyzed three years worth of loan data, month by month.
We took the time to sit down and gather some tips to help make your home buying experience quick, efficient and easy.
A man cave is a perfect place to go to unwind after a long day. It’s a dedicated hiding hole to watch the game with your friends, play video games or just relax. Need to make one on a budget? We’ve got your back.
With the Winter season approaching in as little as 4 months, there are tips everyone can follow to take advantage of energy bill savings.
Did you know that the majority of millennials still receive money or other financial assistance from their families? More than half of Americans aged 21 to 37 have received financial assistance from a parent, guardian, or family member.
What if we told you that you can pick up certain items for only a penny? Read on if you want to know how to spot these super deals.
If you are just out of college, then it’s probably time to start looking for a job. But what will help you get hired quicker than any other newly graduated student?