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!
September 9, 2016
The traditional retirement age is 66 for some, 67 for others. And those who wish for some reason or another can begin to draw their Social Security at the age of 62. But Alexander Joyce, president and CEO of ReJoyce Financial and Safe Money and Retirement Income Planning specialist, says there are a few things to keep in mind as you approach 62 and begin considering your options.
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.
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September 23, 2016
Ever wondered why some retirees are so successful? Joshua Mellberg, president and founder of J.D. Mellberg Financial (an Investment Advisory Representative and licensed insurance agent, shares 3 habits successful retirees often display that he says are worth emulating so we don’t merely survive but thrive in our golden years.
September 20, 2016
Football season is upon us which means tailgating parties and endless spending. Luvleen Sidhu, Co-Founder and Chief Strategy Officer of BankMobile, offers four tips to help you score big on party essentials and food without breaking the bank.
August 26, 2016
Are you retirement ready? Reports says Americans biggest fear is outliving their money. Yet, many fail to prepare adequately for the last years of their life. If you want to retire on time and in the way you want, check out this Retirement Checkpoints Infographic to see the key milestones you need to hit on your road to retirement.