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Summer is perfect for getting outside, heading to the beach, or just spending a lazy afternoon around the house. Along with longer days and lots of sun, summer has a way of causing electricity rates to rise as the heat and the less than cost-effective habits of many cause people to spend unnecessarily. Far too… continue reading »
The ways in which we spend money are continuously changing. Whether at home or abroad, something that used to be incredibly simple and straightforward is now a vastly complex process. Every decision you make, no matter how seemingly small or insignificant, could potentially be costing you a small fortune. So what changes should you be… continue reading »
For many individuals and families, the rising cost of food is a concern. Increasing food prices are eating into small household budgets and straining people’s wallets. While many of us are looking to save in any way we can, it may be difficult to follow through on major, long-term lifestyle changes. However, saving at the grocery store… continue reading »
Today we have a guest post from Angela. Angela Colon is a freelance blogger and copywriter with a passion for person finance. Some people have a knack for personal finance. They can save most of their money, spend, but never get in debt. But most don’t fall in that camp. Christmas presents, restaurant visits, and before… continue reading »
While filing a tax return is a once-a- year event for most people, saving on your taxes is an everyday process. According to the Internal Revenue Service (“IRS”), “tax season” officially began on January 29, 2018, and will continue through April 17, 2018. During this time, the IRS will accept millions of tax returns. When it comes to… continue reading »