Free email services like Google and Yahoo may seem great at first, but the bad outweighs the good when it comes to professional use. The two biggest concerns when using these services are professionalism and security.
After some well-deserved indulgence, it's now time to refocus on all that you want to do in 2020. And while we can't help knock off any of that holiday weight you might have gained, we can help you set yourself up for healthy financial goals.
Sticking to a budget during your holiday shopping can be a nightmare, but it is doable. The trick to it is to have a bit of foresight, and planning. If you're just buying whatever, whenever, then of course you're going to over spend. Now, let's go over some tips for sticking to your holiday spending budget that will help you to not only not overspend, but to also manage your purchasing habits more wisely going forward.
The holidays can put an emotional and financial strain on families, and American consumers know all too well, how just a bit of overspending can have consequences long after that holiday spirit has worn away. With that in mind, here are a few ways to reduce your holiday spending before, during, and after the holiday season.
With various ways to store your money, choosing the right account for your emergency savings, baby fund, or college fund can be a challenging task. Two popular accounts are the standard savings account and money market account. To help clarify some distinctions between the accounts, we have broken down what’s different and what’s similar between the two.
Buying a home vs. renting is a big decision that takes careful consideration, as most mortgage consultants will agree. But the rewards of home ownership are great. For many years, purchasing real estate has been considered an extremely profitable investment. It is an achievement that offers a sense of pride, financial stability and potential tax advantages.