The term “financial freedom” can mean many different things. For some, it may be the ability to pay bills each month with money left over. For others, this could simply mean building up an emergency fund. Regardless of the goal, the end result typically means reaching a point that you are
IT’S NEARING THE END OF the year, and for many of Americans, that means it’s time to start putting together New Year’s resolutions. As many of us know from experience, resolutions often don’t last, and the reason for that is that resolutions
It’s officially fall! The leaves have started changing colors, the morning air is now brisk and refreshing, and pumpkin spice has made it’s return to every store near you. But before you rush out to get your hands on everything pumpkin, there are countless other ways to celebrate
It’s easy to rack up credit card debt while on summer vacation. After all, finances are probably the last thing on your mind, and you have a handy credit card in your wallet whenever you need something. You can sit
The first week of college can be an incredible experience for new students. There are countless people to meet, unfamiliar places to see and new things to do. It’s an exciting and unforgettable experience.
That first week is also a time of money-saving opportunities. Even though most students