Over the last several years, things that we used to pay for atomically have now become subscriptions. But are subscriptions a good thing? How do we manage them and gauge when they are getting out of control? I’ll cover this and more in this article.
Top Tax Deductions and Tax Credits
In this article I’ll give you the low down on the top tax credits and deductions that you should look out for. Given all recent changes, they can be easily overlooked.
Saving Money on Giving Gifts During the Holidays
In this article I’ve compiled several tips from experts that will help you get through the holidays in a fiscally prudent way that will still allow you to show your friends and family you care.
How to Choose a Financial Advisor
Not all Financial Advisors are cut from the same cloth. Some are good. Some are bad. This article will help you choose an appropriate Financial Advisor
Budgeting Apps for iPhone
I’ve compiled the most intriguing budgeting apps I could find for iPhone in this article. I’ve added a few key metrics such as the price, star rating and a major pro and con for each app. Each budget app has a link that will take you directly to the Apple store so you can check it out for yourself.
Budgeting Apps for Android
Below are the top Budgeting Apps for Android currently available at Google Play based on popularity and ratings. I have added a quick rundown of important facts about each app like the price, star rating and the biggest pro and con for each app.
Why I Don’t Like Acorns for Saving Money
In this article I’ll spell out the reasons why I don’t think using Acorns to save money is a worthwhile venture (this says nothing about the quality of their funds BTW) and how alternate methods of saving would likely be more prudent and successful.
How Much Should I Save for Retirement?
How much should you save for retirement? 25 times your expected annual budget during retirement (after taxes). That’s it. How do you get there? Make an assumption on your annual growth rate and how much of your income per month you are going to save. Voila… that’s it.
Budgeting with your Spouse: Tools for Success
In this article we’ll discuss how to approach budgeting with your spouse. Money is often cited as the single biggest source of marital frustration and ultimately divorce, but with a few tools in hand you may find that it can be a wellspring of success. Budgeting with your spouse will be something that occurs on an ongoing basis. Any way to make the process smoother or less stressful will pay off each time you engage the topic.
11 Ways to Save Money and Time While Working from Home
The small things that I no longer buy to support a corporate lifestyle really add up. Below are the ways I saved money while working from home. Some will apply to all, and all to some…