Planning Your Spending
4 Steps to Better Budgeting
“Where did all my money go?” If you find yourself asking that question at the end of every month or in the days before your next paycheck, it’s time to get your budget in shape.
How to Stick to Your Budget: Track Your Spending
How much do you spend in an average week? An average month? If you have no idea, it’s hard to know whether you’re spending more than you earn, or if “minor” costs, like that daily coffee, are adding up to a lot more than you think.
Don’t Waste that Windfall!
Many people daydream about what they would do if they received a big inheritance or won the lottery. But did you know that about 70% of those who receive a financial windfall won’t have any of that money for more than a few years? A windfall is often a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity, so you’ll want to make the right decisions about what to do with it. Here are a few key do’s and don’ts.
How to Save Money When Hosting a Party
Planning a Super Bowl party this year? With these 4 tips, Kemberley Washington, member of the AICPAs' National CPA Financial Literacy Commission wants to help you cut the costs but not the fun!
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