According to a recent poll, two-thirds of Americans don’t have at least $1,000 saved up for an emergency. While that’s scary enough to think about, what’s even worse is that families who earn six figure salaries still claim they can’t manage to save up $1,000 in an emergency fund.
This tells me that this lack of saving is not just due to an income problem, it’s more likely a mindset problem...
The older you get, the more you probably aren’t comfortable with wasting food. Food can cost a great deal of money, and by throwing away unused food, you are throwing away the money you spend in a sense.
However, if you’d like to reduce food waste and thus save money, there are several ways you can do that.
Start When You’re At the Grocery Store
When you’re grocery shopping,...
When you combine finances with your significant other, it’s easy to start inflating your lifestyle if you are under the impression that you will have a higher household income. However, I challenge you to go the financially savvy route and try living off of only one person’s income.
A family who exercises the habit of living off one income and saving the other is the perfect way to get ahead on...
The perfect honeymoon is truly the cherry on top of a wonderful wedding. Honeymoon’s are a great way for a bride and groom to celebrate their new partnership. Some nice rest and relaxation with your significant other could be exactly what you need after a stressful planning period prior to your big day.
While you may want to celebrate your union in style, you may also not want to break the bank or...