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
If you’re thinking about what to give your sweetheart for Valentine’s Day, it pays to think outside the chocolate box. Picking nontraditional gifts won’t just impress your loved one with your creativity, it will save you money, too.
Demand for Valentine’s Day staples (red
You know the situation.
Your 6-year old writes a letter to Santa. Your 6-year old ‘mails’ the letter to the North Pole. You steal the letter in question from the mailbox and read the cute kindergarten handwriting.
Uh-oh. Wait a minute. He wants a what? How much is THAT anyway? And… is it
As you’re closing one year and resolving to make the next one even better – in whatever way you have in mind – remember that your financial plan has to be ready for the new year, too. You need to go over what you did with your money in 2017 and consider what expenses you’ll face
Still decorating with incandescent Christmas lights, and wondering if it’s finally time to switch to LED lights? Here’s what you need to know to make an informed decision.
How Do LED Christmas Lights Work?
LED Christmas lights use light emitting diodes, rather than filament to produce light. This new technology makes