Cutting the cable TV cord has been a pipe dream for many consumers looking to cut costs. You want to drop that monthly cable bill, but can you still watch live sports? What about the latest episodes of your favorite shows the moment they air? Are you really willing to wait until the following
When life gets busy, it’s easy to sacrifice savings for convenience and lose track of the here-and-there expenditures. However, those small purchases can create big budget deficits, resulting in a paycheck-to-paycheck lifestyle for some consumers. According to a recent survey conducted by
As if being laid off weren’t stressful enough, most Americans don’t have enough money saved to pay monthly bills if they’re jobless for more than a few weeks.
But you can avoid that added stress: Create an emergency fund now to prepare for potential unemployment.
A recent NerdWallet
It’s National Park Week, a time to honor America’s many outdoor parks and, according to the National Park Service, the country’s largest celebration of national heritage.
You have the rest of your life to work 40-hour weeks at a “grown-up” job.
Before racing into the world of 9-to-5 workdays, consider taking advantage of your transitory freedom and lack of commitments to travel after graduation. As most professions limit vacation time to a couple of weeks,