If you own a business and have kids, hire them for the summer. Not only will it keep them occupied, it is a perfect opportunity to integrate them into the family business. Henry Hutcheson, president of Family Business USA outlines the valuable lessons they will learn.
By Sijun Li The summer clock is ticking down! Before you know it the kids will be heading back to school and there is only a limited amount of time to have a family getaway. In this economy, it’s important to budget for everything, including vacations. Whether it be a night out or a weeklong […]
If you’re hosting a 4th of July bash, we have some buzz on how you can throw a great party that doesn’t make your budget blow up in your face. Get helpful summer party planning tips so you can entertain in style without breaking the bank.
By April Lewis-Parks The summer months are often the most expensive, as you plan vacations, weekend getaways, concerts and other outdoor events. Many people find themselves overextended during this time, and are left wondering how to cover the various activities they have planned without racking up credit card debt or dipping into their savings. In […]
The dealnews staff published more than 6,000 deals last July. Their team has compiled a “What to Buy in July” guide to help consumers spend their money wisely. The following article is written by Linda Sakraida, dealsnews Feature Director, with contributions from Louis Ramirez. Shop Independence Day Sales for In-Season Items The Fourth of July […]
By Sijun Li Happy First Day of Summer! (And National Flip Flop Day!) Before running off to the beach to soak in some rays, make sure all your finances are in order to make your summer enjoyable and stress-free! According to TripAdvisor, 56 percent of U.S. adults plan to take a summer trip before July. […]
By Sijun Li Summer has just begun! To start your bright and sunny days on the right track, it’s important to exercise and be fit. The frugal friendly experts at Miss Money Bee have three ways to stay in shape without costing you a penny. One common problems people face when trying to cut back […]
By:Sijun Li Summer marks the midway point of 2013, and there is no better time to do a quickly check-up on your financial progress. Typically, consumers spend more during the summer months on new clothing, road trips, vacations and outdoor events, so conducting a review of your money situation can not only help you make […]
By: Sijun Li Travel season has arrived, and after a harsh winter of sitting in your cubicle wishing for sunshine, you can probably hear the ocean waves calling your name. The only problem: your limited travel budget. Few people feel gratified during the summer if they don’t take at least one vacation, be it a […]
By April Lewis-Parks The warm weather is starting to set in, and after a long winter season, you might already be planning an exotic getaway or compiling a list of fun summer events. Before you start making reservations and buying event tickets, there is one more pesky little detail to attend to: your budget. A […]