The fluctuating numbers of COVID-19 cases across the country bring concerns that a second wave of the illness may be imminent. If you are one of the millions of Americans who experienced unemployment or other pandemic-related hardship, you may feel far from recovered enough to do it all over again.
Here, we give a few of the common financial pros and cons of owning a tiny house so you can decide for yourself whether the promised savings are real or too good to be true.
It might seem daunting at first, but it is possible to increase your savings quickly. Read on for five steps you can take today to prepare for a financially secure future.
While financial experts share a diversity of thoughts and opinions about how to best save, there are a few key principles that can help you manage your money wisely.
COVID-19 has brought unprecedented financial turmoil to our country – and the world at large. However, with a few good financial practices, you can do your part to keep your finances intact.
There is a common misconception that living green means spending more. In reality, when done with a little bit of planning, living green can help you save money.
We sure love our little luxuries – but what we don’t love is how much they can cost us. When it comes to budgeting, it’s okay to have a little fun – but are those daily $3 coffee stops really necessary?
Dreaming about leaving your job, spending your days doing what you want to do, living on a remote island, or traveling the world? What if you could have all of these things – and soon?
It’s true that childcare costs are sky-high, but before despairing and moving overseas, take heart in knowing there are affordable options out there.
A financially-savvy life does not have to be a miserable life. Here are five tips that you can immediately put into practice to save more money each month.