According to researchers at Simon Frasier University in Canada, cognitive performance peaks at age 24. I don’t think most folks in their 20s feel like they are over the hill.
I read an article on the AARP website recently. It was all about renting instead of owning to save money. They had a lot of interesting ideas.
Staying at home and using it as a base for your vacation can save thousands of dollars.
Any time you have to drive or fly a distance the price tag of the vacation goes up. To save money this summer consider filling up the gas tank and taking off.
A budget buster is clothing when you have kids. Hand me downs work great, unless, of course, you are the kid, but there are options.
We all want good stuff and we want it cheap. So how can we buy the same goods and services we want and pay less?
Most everyone pays at least 10% on some of their income. As you make more money the tax increases.
July is a good time to take stock of your retirement accounts. The contribution limits for this year for a 401(k), a 403(b) and a 457 plan is $18,000.
If you just got a job, there is some tax planning you can do, even if you are just doing landscaping or waitressing until that marketing job comes through.
Those June weddings we talked about last month all have a tax consequence to them.