Posts Tagged ‘financial planning’

  Whether you want to just save more money or you have a specific financial goal in mind, there are simple steps you can take to become financially savvy. Don’t count your eggs before they hatch If you want to be a financially savvy consumer, don’t make a purchase today based on what you think […]

  Whether you want to just save more money or you have a specific financial goal in mind, there are simple steps you can take to become financially savvy. Be patient If there’s a specific item you just have to have, now may not always be the best time. Take a look at your finances […]

It may not be the most romantic topic to discuss, but the details of your financial life post-wedding, are definitely something that you and your fiancée should talk about as soon as possible. Even before you two get married, you should sit down, iron out some very important details, and have the following money talks. […]

Being a newlywed is often a joyous occasion, but one thing that can put a damper on your wedded bliss is financial difficulties. The following are some financial tips for newlyweds. Compare spending habits Don’t expect that your new husband or wife shares your beliefs regarding finances; your spouse’s saving and spending habits may shock […]

Weddings can range in cost, depending on how extravagant the couple wants their special day to be. There is a lot to consider: The location you plan on getting married at, the actual venue, the time of year, how many guests you plan on inviting, the type of food you will be serving, what type […]

While there are some things that usually can’t be reduced on a monthly basis, such as a mortgage payment or rent, there are other costs that can be lowered with proper planning and budgeting. Some of these things include auto expenses, utility expenses, and grocery expenses. Reducing grocery expenses: Preparing your own meals, as opposed […]

While there are some things that usually can’t be reduced on a monthly basis, such as a mortgage payment or rent, there are other costs that can be lowered with proper planning and budgeting. Some of these things include auto expenses, utility expenses, and grocery expenses. Reducing auto expenses: Maintaining your car and keeping up […]

If your retirement is approaching, but you’re worried about being able to afford it, you’re not alone. There are ways to have a satisfying retirement even if you have little to no savings. Here are some ways to pull off a retirement plan even if you’re financially strapped: Hold on to your home’s equity When […]