Your ability to earn an income is important for you and your dependents.
At one time or another we all have done dumb things with our money but we can learn from our mistakes!
Grocery bills are expected to rise as much as 3.5% in the coming year as the cost of food increases.
Prepaid debit cards are becoming more popular all the time. Recently, they’ve gotten more attention as financial guru Suze Orman came out with a card bearing her name.
What a day to be out! This is the busiest shopping day of the year and I for one am staying far away from the malls.
There are times in everyone’s financial lives that they may come up short and not have enough dollars to make a full payment on the credit card bill that month.
According to the latest financial security index from Bankrate.com, more people are cutting back on their spending.
College students are graduating with more than a diploma these days, according to a survey by Sallie Mae, they have accumulated on average over $3,000 of credit card debt.
Are they just for the wealthy or super stars like Sandra Bullock?
Dealing with the Terrible Twos is a piece of cake compared to dealing with your college freshman telling you she has maxed out on her credit card or your son asking you to co-sign a loan for a motorcycle.