According to a recent survey, 66% of Americans don’t have enough cash on-hand to handle a $1,000 emergency. Instead of turning to debt to get you out of a bind, building an emergency fund is the best way to protect yourself from a financial disaster.
Our grandparents and great-grandparents may have been better at saving money than we are, but it’s not too late to follow in their footsteps. Read more to rediscover three principles of personal finance that have withstood the test of time.
The end of the year is nearing and your open enrollment benefits period is about to expire. Opening a Health Savings Account can save you major money on qualified health expenses. Read more to find out how you can take advantage of this cost-saving benefit.
For every must-have baby item, there are seven more you absolutely, without a doubt, DO NOT NEED. I’m talking about products that prey upon parents who want the best for their child or scare them into thinking that without it, their child...
There’s nothing more social than a good meal with friends, but if you want to stick to a budget, it’s easy to be antisocial. Hosting at home can be cheap with a little menu planning, even if you don’t want to do a potluck. The key is in the presentation.
There’s no better fall ritual than donning your best flannel shirt and doing some serious apple-picking at the local orchard. But the pastime can leave you with more fruit than you can use. Here are some clever ways to incorporate apples into your cooking repertoire.