After our first blog post about the importance of budgeting, you were inspired and crafted a flexible budget plan that works for you… right? Okay, if you didn’t it’s okay. Here are some more tips to encourage you to start budgeting.
Each year, over 25% of Americans make New Year’s resolutions to spend less and save more money. Unsurprisingly, following through on these resolutions is harder than it seems. But, with proper planning and the right financial tools, it’s possible to accomplish this.
When the leaves begin to change and the temperatures drop, so do the prices of some big ticket items that you may be in the market for. From wedding dresses to home appliances, fall is a great time to make major purchases, while saving money. Check out our list of the top things to buy in the fall.
Of course, we think credit unions are the best financial institutions in the world and we've got our reasons. Here's why you should join a credit union.
The holiday season is approaching. In fact, Christmas is only about 4 and a half months away.
Are you ready for long lines and scrounging stores to find that ‘one’ thing on your list? While we can’t prepare you for the hassles that come along with holiday shopping, we can help you save time and money with these helpful holiday shopping and savings tips.
While the dust has barely settled on Independence Day festivities, the store shelves are already packed with back-to-school supplies and clothes. The sales are underway online and in-store. So, while you may be thinking sunscreen and summer fun, now is the time to think about saving money on the upcoming school year!
Whether you shop online or in the stores, a little planning can help you save a lot of money.
Topics: Save Money
Expenses around the holidays can add up quickly. Here are a few helpful tips to keep your budget in line, so you can enjoy the season of giving and come out ahead in all of the ways that matter most by the time the New Year comes around.