Financial Planner Dee Lee and WBZ NewsRadio’s Business Editor Anthony Silva provide listeners with tips on successful financial planning.
Click here to sign up for the weekly Money Matters Newsletter.
Staying at home and using it as a base for your vacation can save thousands of dollars.
To save money on your vacation consider doing something local or a staycation.
With kids, hand me downs are great, unless, of course, you are the kid.
We all want the good stuff cheap. So how can we buy the same goods and services we want and pay less in order to save?
Summer vacations are tough on working parents. The Child and Dependent Care Credit is available for expenses incurred during these lazy days of summer.
Mid-year is a good time to take stock of your retirement accounts.
There is some tax planning for the recent graduate or their parents who want to give them advice.
The first thing on the list for newlyweds is a change of name and address.
We are midway into the year and trust me it is a good time to think about taxes.
Fixed expenses are those things in our financial lives that for the most part we cannot change, but with a bit of encouragement you may be able to decrease them.