When we think about our future, we often start by looking to the past... a concept which is not new, especially in the economic and financial world.
Although you may have your mind set on graduation parties, summer BBQs or upcoming vacations, it’s important to keep tabs on any savings goals you set out to achieve.
Spring has arrived! Which means warmer weather, baseball season is back and to kick it all off, we have April designated as Financial Literacy Month.
As tax season rolls around, so do some of our favorite tax jokes (since they can sometimes seem so fitting) (1):
Just because you didn’t get an A in finance class doesn’t mean your financial future is doomed. After all, you’ve probably heard some of those old wives’ tales over the years – “save 10% of what you make, no matter what” or “keep all your spare change in a piggy bank for the future.”
With so many different diets and opinions out there around the healthiest foods, it can get tricky to choose the right diet for yourself. After many trial-and-error approaches, it’s no wonder why someone may give up and give in (hello cheat days/weeks/months!).
Do you ever feel like you’re behind before you even get started? Or how about drowning in a sea of information that’s constantly evolving and changing?
“Save it for a rainy day.” In addition to a popular Kenny Chesney song, this idiom has become well known and often used to refer to something that should be set aside for when a need for it arises.
The holidays happen at the same time every year, but somehow they always seem to sneak up on us. By following some simple strategies, you can plan and prepare early so that you can minimize the stress and enjoy this wonderful time of the year.
Who isn’t saving up for something big… either near or far out in the future?