Miss Money Bee is a personal finance blog that helps household decision makers – specifically women and moms – to make smart financial choices in their everyday lives. Whether you need debt and credit management advice or seasonal budgeting tips, we’ve got you covered!
January 30, 2017
This week (Jan 30-Feb 3) is Tax Identity Theft Awareness week. To mark the occasion, we explain why you need to sign up for a “my Social Security” account in order to help prevent tax identity theft. This extra step could save you a big hassle and help protect your refund.
The True Cost to Tie the Knot
The cost of an average wedding now tops $30,000 but that’s only if you pay for everything in cash. We break down each type of expense you’ll encounter as you tie the knot to see what happens to the total cost if you put the purchases on a credit card with 15% APR and make only minimum payments.
This month’s featured tool helps you sweeten your financial honeypot by making it easier to manage your money so you can avoid debt and start saving!
March 14, 2017
Debt Sucks and often getting out is no easy feat. But Leslie Tayne Attorney–Debt Therapist and author of a new book, “Life and Debt–a fresh approach to achieving financial wellness,” says learning to love your debt is the first step to getting rid of it. That's exactly what she did and is now sharing tips and strategies to help you (and me) on our journeys out of debt.
February 17, 2017
For many tax season couldn’t come soon enough to recoup some extra cash. Because of course every penny counts. But are you maximizing your tax refund? The folks at Wheels for Wishes say many people are leaving these 10 tax deductions on the table. Find out what they are and what you can do to make sure you're taking advantage of all the deductions available to you.
January 24, 2017
Whether you’re rich or not, it is important that you put things in place to make sure your end of life and legacy are dignified. Financial advisor Jaime Cowper, offers a checklist and numerous tips to help you ensure the legacy you leave behind is what you would’ve wanted want.