Help with Money
Set the AC to 78 degrees or higher when the house is occupied and 85 degrees when no one’s home. You’ll save on cooling costs for each degree you raise your thermostat.
According to the Department of Labor over 70% of us eat out at least once a week.
Groceries are not a discretionary item in your budget. We have to buy food, but you do have some flexibility.
The U.S. savings rate as of April is 4.0%. Better than a year ago but not as good as I would like to see it.
If you haven’t planned well for retirement you may find yourself coming up short.
Twenty million kids are living in a home with a single parent, and as a single parent you need to rethink your goals.
Your baby just turned 17 and will be a senior this fall. What happened to all of the planning you were going to do?
Where there were two there now could be three, four, or more if you used fertility drugs.
Couples should be having the money talk before they marry or move in together!
The #1 worry for most retirees is not having enough money to cover all of the health care costs in retirement.