Personal Finance

Financial Resolutions for The New Year

December 23rd, 2015|

Financial Resolutions for 2016 You’re Guaranteed to Keep
New Year’s Resolutions the last few decades have become something of a pop culture joke, a cute tradition we use to temporarily feel better about ourselves before the temptation of mass consumerism, once again, lures us blissfully to the dark side. It has gotten so absurd that the […]


Does Being Healthy Have to Be Expensive?

December 22nd, 2015|

Getting Healthy on a Budget
Eating healthy has been the topic of much debate for quite some time now, especially with new years resolution season coming up and everyone trying to get back into “good” fitness habits. The problem that most people tend to come across is not being able to change their eating habits due […]


Financial Stability in 10 Easy Steps

December 10th, 2015|

The Road to Financial Stability
“You need to start managing your money!” Let the eyerolls commence. This proverbial ‘dead horse’ has been pounded upon throughout the digital world. Don’t get me wrong, there is some great advice out there, but sheesh! Give it a rest.
Seriously, though. You most likely need to start managing your money. We’ve […]


3 Black Friday Deals To Still Look Out For

November 27th, 2015|

With the holiday season upon us, now is the time to separate the good sales from the bad. All too often, consumers spend Thanksgiving day with their families filling up on food and browsing the myriad of Black Friday Ads in high hopes of getting a new flat screen TV or tablet for a steal […]


20 Important Money Tips for This Holiday Season

November 19th, 2015|

The holiday season carries different meanings for everyone. But, the one common denominator is how unreasonably expensive the season can be. So we decided to provide the top 20 money tips you can follow this holiday season to ensure you don’t break the bank.

Purchase within your means. Though it is the season of giving, that does not mean you must travel […]


Financial Clutter: What Documents to Keep and For How Long

November 12th, 2015|

One of the worst feelings is when you desperately need an important document and have absolutely no idea where it is. When it comes to keeping financial statements, consumers seem to be either one extreme or the other.

You have the individuals who keep every single document. Folders and folders are filled with statements, stubs, confirmation […]


How to Deal With Debt Collectors

November 4th, 2015|

You can run, but you should probably stop hiding from debt collectors. Yes, they can be annoying, intrusive and overwhelmingly pestering, but you need to remain proactive about handling it.
Debt Collection and the Facts
Before you decide if you can afford to make any sort of payments on your debt, you need to gather all of […]


The Best Ways to Save Money and Find Great Deals

November 2nd, 2015|

We constantly talk about how we need to start saving money and make wiser decisions when we are shopping, we also regularly search websites like on other ways in which we can save money in our daily life. We watch extreme couponer’s fill carts with hundreds of dollars worth of groceries and other items, […]


The Financial Walking Dead: 10 Ways Your a Financial Zombie

October 21st, 2015|

Financial Zombie— A term that is nearly self-explanatory. Unfortunately, we are zombies in many areas of our lives. We mindlessly sift through our phones checking on statuses, pictures and updates of all sorts. This type of zombie-ism is more of a guilty pleasure with no consequences, but the type we are going to discuss could […]


9 Challenges Your Budget Will Face this Fall

October 1st, 2015|

Nothing is More Scary Than Breaking Your Budget
Over time, your budget will endure many trials and tribulations. It seems that whenever you begin to budget is right around the same time that you are required to spend money. Suddenly, weddings are happening left and right and holidays are right around the corner.
It’s crazy to think […]