Laying the groundwork to maximize your tax refund requires some simple tax planning and research.
Even on a budget, there are still a lot of creative ways to celebrate the season with friends and loved ones without going overboard or feeling like Ebenezer Scrooge.
Before you get settled in a comfy chair in front of the computer to start shopping, be sure to take some precautions to protect yourself and your finances.
If you’re living paycheck to paycheck, don’t feel alone. In a recent poll, nearly half of all Americans said they're having "serious financial problems." But there are ways to find balance.
Each of us has a ‘Money Personality’ that gives insight into our relationship with money, our impulses, how we save, and how we spend.
The current economic downturn caused by the coronavirus pandemic has created significant financial stress and hardship across the world. Most impacted are people like you and me along Main Street.
The current global health crisis has spurred a domino effect throughout the world's economic markets leaving everyone concerned about what the future holds financially.
If you’re expecting a tax refund this year, now is a best time to start planning how you’ll use that extra money.
Saving several months’ worth of living expenses for an emergency fund can be intimidating, especially when it feels like all of your available cash is already accounted for each month.
The holidays are just around the corner. While the holidays are about quality time and making memories, it’s easy to get caught up with spending money.