Preparing for Tax Season

Preparing for Tax Season

Tax season can be a stressful, but rewarding time, depending on your work and financial situation.  With tax time right around the corner, you’re probably anticipating receiving your W-2 from your employer in the mail, and any other necessary documents, within the...
How to Curb Overspending and Avoid Debt

How to Curb Overspending and Avoid Debt

One of the most common problems adults deal with every month is efficiently managing their finances.  Depending on your salary, and your regular monthly expenses, you may find yourself struggling to stay afloat or save some extra money.  If you’re wondering where your...
A Short Guide to Financial Freedom

A Short Guide to Financial Freedom

With roughly one in three Americans struggling to pay their bills, it’s no secret that many individuals are further away from obtaining financial freedom than they would like to be. There’s no better time than now for consumers to reevaluate their finances, and...
How to Cut Down on Monthly Expenses

How to Cut Down on Monthly Expenses

One doesn’t need to be a financial planner to find ways to cut back on spending. With a tight budget and impeccable saving strategies, anybody can find ways to reduce their monthly expenses.  Anyone can learn how to bring in more money, simply by cutting back on...
Saving Tips for College Students

Saving Tips for College Students

  College is a time of education, exploration and adventure; it’s also a period where you likely need to save money. When you and most of your friends are trying to keep more funds in the bank, you can use some clever tips to help you get the most out of...

4 Tips to Follow When Building Your Credit

Your credit history has massive impact on your personal finances, as well as your entire life.  Individuals with poor credit, or no established credit at all, face many challenges when it pertains to milestones in life like purchasing a new vehicle or your first home....
Personal Finance Tips for New Parents

Personal Finance Tips for New Parents

Raising a child is absurdly expensive. According to the latest federally-provided figures, a child can cost his or her parents an average of $233,610 over the course of eighteen years – and that isn’t even accounting for private or college tuition!...
How to Stop Overpaying for the Basics

How to Stop Overpaying for the Basics

Households across America are struggling to make ends meet. High housing costs plague many cities. In others, stagnant wages offer little prospect for relief. Many people try to work multiple jobs and reach for just a few more billable hours, but even the hardest...
Are You Making These Common Finance Mistakes?

Are You Making These Common Finance Mistakes?

It happens every month without fail. When payday rolls around on the third Friday of the month, your bank account looks healthy – filled with money to spare, even. With a few easy taps on your banking app, you’ve sent off your rent, covered your electric...