Archive for the ‘Personal Finances’ Category

Food is just one of the expenses that can’t be avoided, and without even realizing it, can add up fast. In fact, statistics have revealed the typical American family spends roughly $8,000 annually on food, which includes grocery shopping, take-out and delivery, and dining out. Although completely eliminating restaurant visits is one easy way to […]

Food is just one of the expenses that can’t be avoided, and without even realizing it, can add up fast. In fact, statistics have revealed the typical American family spends roughly $8,000 annually on food, which includes grocery shopping, take-out and delivery, and dining out. Although completely eliminating restaurant visits is one easy way to […]

Did you know that weddings in the US cost, on average, $26,444 per couple? If you need to significantly cut down on your wedding expenses, the following tips from some individuals working in the industry can be helpful: Prioritizing “We recommend that couples prioritize what is most important to them on the wedding day and […]

When it comes to certain pieces of clothing, there is no way to avoid the expense of dry cleaning, as traditional laundering would ruin the fabric. Whether you dry clean your wardrobe on a routine basis, or you just need to clean one item for a special occasion, dry cleaning costs can easily be slashed […]

  Are you trying to save on monthly bills and expenses? One way to cut down on your bills is by making some changes to your cell phone plan, which can easily be costing you $100 (or more) every month. The following are some ways to cut down on monthly cell phone expenses: Use Wi-Fi […]

  Do you tend to toss your receipts in the trash because you figure you’ll never need them? If you’re trying to keep your home organized and free of clutter, you might have a tendency of throwing away anything unnecessary, and without thinking twice. But you might want to consider keeping all of your receipts—especially […]

  If you’re receiving a tax refund this year, you might be tempted to splurge and make a large purchase. If you have other financial obligations, however, you may want to reconsider. The following are some ideas for putting your tax refund to good use: Take care of the necessities If there’s something you really […]

  Food is one of those variable expenses that obviously can’t be avoided completely, but with strategic shopping and planning, can cost less. Even without coupon clipping, which can be tedious and time-consuming, there are still some easy ways that you can lower these expenses. The following are some ways you can save money on […]

Concert tickets can be very expensive, especially if you’re seeing a very popular singer or artist. In fact, it’s standard these days for concert tickets to cost hundreds of dollars—even for mediocre seats. But there are some simple ways to save money on tickets for that upcoming concert. The next time you’re getting ready to […]

Saving money doesn’t have to mean huge budget changes or big sacrifices. Sometimes, just simple changes and modifications to your spending habits can really add up over the long term. Some of the following are easy ways you can begin saving money on your daily expenses: Eliminate the little things That morning coffee at your […]