We’re not necessarily out of the woods when it comes to the Pandemic of 2020, and “things” definitely seem to be on the mend. But, even so, there’s still general uncertainty surrounding what happens next and where we go from
How are you with spreadsheets? Are you an expert who can write formulas with the best of them? Or are you helpless and hopeless? Someone sends out a family spreadsheet full of contact information and you cannot figure out how
The holiday season normally brings festive parties, family get-togethers and giving of gifts. In the year 2020 it remains to be seen what exactly our holiday season will bring, but gift exchanges are likely to be a pandemic-safe practice that
The primary goal of all budgeting tools is to control the inflow and outflow of money. However, all tools are different in the way they are executed. Some budgeting tools will allow you to directly import information from the bank
In the midst of a pandemic, changed schedules, changed routines, and ever-changing expectations of “normal”, we’re going back to school. And now, maybe more than ever, is a good time to save a little money in the process of shopping
This pandemic has caused many Americans to fall on hard times. The virus has not only plagued us with health problems, but also financial struggles due to lack of sick leave and layoffs. Here is some information to help budget
Looking for ways to save some extra cash? Check out these easy tips!
Keeping things organized can be tough. We all have busy lives and it’s easy for things to be forgotten, pile up and become a big mess. One part of your life you don’t want to forget about is your finances.
With all the technology we have at our fingertips, it has never been easier for you to track how you spend. However, according a recent study, only 41% of Americans follow a budget, or track their expenses. While you may
Forget the holiday season, prom season is here, and it’s just as much of a money pit. According to Yahoo Style’s 2017 Prom Across America survey, the average amount spent last year was over $600. This is actually fairly tame