Let’s talk about the passwords to your various accounts. You can’t shop on Amazon, check the morning newspaper or you phone bill online without a password.
Remember there’s no sure thing in investing. If someone contacts you saying they have a low-risk, high-return investment opportunity, stay away.
Federal Trade Commission (FTC) has some suggestions to help you avoid fraud.
This is National Consumers Protection week. This is a national campaign to help consumers make better-informed decisions and avoid being scammed.
Eating out really is discretionary spending. It’s more difficult to save on your rent or mortgage payments. Let’s quickly look at a few more discretionary items in your budget.
Yesterday we talked about take-out food for a family of four and how expensive it can be. What if there is just the two of you and you like to eat out several times a week?
Earlier this week we discussed saving money by eating breakfast at home and packing lunches. How about the biggest meal of the day?
This week we will be looking at small changes you can make to save big. Nothing really dramatic here but you will need to have discipline to be consistent over time.
America Saves Week runs February 27th thru March 4th. It’s a national campaign for Americans to save more money.
No matter who prepares your return you are responsible for the information on your income tax return.