Shoppers regret usually sets in once you get home after a shopping trip with friends or when the credit card bill comes due.
This has proved to be a very popular series so I thought we should do it again. We will talk about all the dumb things we do involving money.
If your kid is in her senior year of high school and there is nothing set aside for her college education, it’s too late to do much more than stick whatever extra cash you can in a savings account.
The Education Bond Program was the first program available to offer any kind of a tax break for parents trying to save for college.
An ESA is another savings program for educational expenses. These accounts can be set up for kids under 18 years of age and the annual contribution limit is $2,000 per child.
College is a good investment. Start stashing it away for college as early as you can, before you even potty train.
The annual return of college students has begun and money has already exchanged hands…much of it borrowed.
Managing Money ranks in the top three when it comes to making resolutions and let’s face it, most people could use some help with their money.
Managing money ranks in the top three when it comes to making resolutions.
I would bet that getting a copy of your free credit report has been on your to-do list for several years now but you just haven’t gotten around to doing it.