We have all done dumb things with our money at one time or another.
Let’s discuss your discretionary expenses. This is stuff you have more control over than a fixed mortgage payment.
What other small lifestyle changes can you make to save big money? Let’s look at your fixed expenses.
Many people equate saving with some sort of deprivation. If you deprive yourself of all of the fun stuff in life you will never stick to a savings plan.
For the first time in years, Apple’s iPhones aren’t the star of the show. Apple unveiled a smartwatch on Tuesday.
As a society we need to save more. Our government can print up money but we can’t!
Last month Bankrate.com conducted a survey on Financial Security. Thirty-six percent of those surveyed had not begun to save for retirement.
It usually takes a life event to push an individual into hiring a financial planner.
How many cards do you have? Can you name what’s in your wallet? If the answer is no, you have too many cards.
I’ll bet every time I have suggested that you get copies of your free credit reports you have made a mental note to check yours. Do it now!
There’s no doubt about it. Celebrity sells. That’s why companies that make everything from drinks to makeup to credit cards pay millions for stars to endorse their products. Here is a look at some recent celebrity endorsements.
May 15 is National Chocolate Chip Day. Did you know that chocolate chip cookies were accidentally invented in Massachusetts. Take a look at some of other things invented in Mass.
Many products, companies and brands with national and global recognition call Massachusetts home. Some of them are family businesses, some are large corporations but all of them have interesting stories.
Massachusetts Institute of Technology is one of the most prestigious schools in the nation for a reason.
Seems like every week a new movie is being filmed in Massachusetts. Here is a look at some well know, and not so well known, films shot in the Bay State.
The cast of MTV’s “Jersey Shore” skipped the beach for a day to ring the opening bell at the New York Stock Exchange.