It truly is hard to find the perfect gift for some of the people on your list. Cash always pleases and it’s quick, easy, and never returned.
Christmas can happen even on a tight budget.
Sure! Giving to fewer recipients is a good start.
How much do you plan to spend on gifts this year? Once you figure that out the rest is fun!
A recent Gallup survey conducted earlier this month finds that 30% of adults nationwide say they will spend $1,000 or more on gifts. The average is $763.
If your kid is in her senior year and there is nothing set aside for her college education it’s too late to do much more than stick whatever extra cash you can in a savings account.
The Education Bond Program was the first program available to offer any kind of a tax break for parents trying to save for college.
These accounts can be set up for kids under 18 years of age and the annual contribution limit is $2,000 per child.
College is a good investment and could be worth well over a $1 million dollars to your kiddo.
High school juniors and seniors took their SATs last Saturday, and of the kids who took the PSATs less than 1 percent will qualify for a merit scholarship.