As a society we need to save more. Our government can print up money but you and I cannot!
The key years for saving for retirement are between the ages of 20 and 35. Here’s why…
Studies have found that some folks tend to spend more simply to earn the rewards. If you can’t pay the balance in full each month, a reward card is not for you.
Closing unused credit card accounts certainly will streamline your finances making them more manageable.
Banks love it when you opt into overdraft protection on your checking account.
Automatic bill paying is a great way to have your bills paid on time and it saves you time.
I read an article that advocated living on a cash basis, but without a credit history you will have trouble qualifying for a car loan, a mortgage or renting an apartment.
Elders are often fooled by the Caller ID. A Caller ID can be set up to display whatever name or phone number the scammers choose.
Medicare scams occur all year but during the open enrollment period, which started October 15 and runs through December 7th, they occur more often.
The Federal Trade Commission has some guidelines when dealing with a possible scammer on the phone.