Looking to travel during Spring Break, but you’re worried about the costs? You aren’t alone. Taking a trip from February to Mid-April usually means higher costs for airline tickets, hotel rooms, and activities. To help keep your Spring Break costs low, here are a few tips.
Managing your finances can be a real chore, but organizing your income, expenses, investments and other financial files can significantly contribute to your financial success, allow you to access important documents and ensure that your loved ones can find the right paperwork when you’re gone.
When it comes to New Year’s resolutions, the “doing it” part is always harder than the “wanting to do it” part. Most people who make New Year’s resolutions tend to abandon their goals with the first couple of months. To buck the trend and stick to your resolutions in 2020, here are some tips that can help.
An emergency situation can easily upend your life if you aren’t prepared. To prevent dramatic and lasting effects on your future, you need to do some planning and saving to help you get through a financial disaster.
2020 is almost here and you’re probably thinking about the financial resolutions you want to make, like saving more money or paying off your car. But sticking to those resolutions isn’t always easy. That’s why you need a plan. Here are a few, practical resolutions that you can achieve with simple preparation.
Staying healthy in winter can be hard. The cold days, darkness and snow can often take away any motivation to exercise and eat right. Here are some suggestions to make your health a priority this winter.
Cybercrime can strike any time and any place online. From cyber-stalking, to security breaches, to identity theft, there are a variety of threats you need to protect against.
Your kids have left the nest! With all the free time you have now, it’s a good idea to evaluate your goals, review your finances and bolster your savings so you’re on the right path toward a financially sound retirement. Here are some tips for a money-smart future.
Now that you’re retired, you can finally do all the things you didn’t have time for when you were busy with a career. But once you’ve scheduled time for traveling, taking up a long-desired hobby or just spending more time with the grand kids, you may still find there’s a bit of a void to fill. Many seniors choose to use the extra time they have to volunteer.
Handling finances as a couple isn’t always easy. Over 21 percent of marriages split because…