The holidays are a time for indulging. You eat all the food, drink all the beverages, and spend all the money—starting a new diet or a new budget during the holidays is a fool’s errand, conventional wisdom implies.
Holiday-time giving feels good — and thinking you're getting a great deal makes us feel smart. But shopping at sales and using coupons may not be saving you as much money as you think.
There is just nothing new to write about. What must be said in personal finance, has been said. Many times over. Much of what we discuss here are but pieces of interpretative intelligence. There is nothing original to say. So why write?
The holiday shopping season is nearly here, with Black Friday kicking it off in just a few days. According to Bankrate’s latest Holiday Spending Survey, most people plan to glide through it debt-free.
Financial decisions are rarely easy, whether it’s buying your first car or home or deciding whether to refinance student loans.
Looking for ways to boost your income without working overtime or getting a second job?
If so, you’re not alone.
We all make mistakes when it comes to money. Sometimes we overspend, sometimes we pick the wrong credit card and sometimes we waste money on silly things.
Have you ever tried to Google “best personal finance podcasts” to find suggestions of new shows to listen to? If so, you might have noticed something funny about the results: