COVID-19 Scam Alert
Be aware of consumer scams as the pandemic continues. Federal agencies have identified seven scams that prey on consumers’ anxiety and desire to help others in need. Read on for the details and tips on how to remain vigilant and what to do if you’ve fallen victim.
Working Remotely Can Help You Save and Even Earn More
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7 Ways to Save Money on a Road Trip
Is the Afterpay payment method good for your wallet?
How the Government Shutdown is Affecting Single Moms
Making More Money? Be Careful Not to Rack Up More Debt
It’s easy to overspend on a credit card when the money starts to roll in. By: Deb Hipp For the last two years, I’ve scraped by on a tight budget. First, I had to save enough money to work full-time as a freelance writer. Then I had to be even more frugal while I built up […]
Smart Holiday Shopping Tips for 2018
Americans are Already Strapped for Cash Ahead the Holidays
6 Mistakes To Avoid When Teaching Your Kids About Money
‘Lead by example’ couldn’t be a truer saying when it comes to teaching children about personal finance. But, as many of these great quotes, it’s much easier said than done.
Instant access to credit cards, the ability to finance pretty much everything, and the never-ending hamster wheel of “keeping up with the Joneses” can make being a role model really challenging. But ignoring it isn’t an option either if you want to raise financially responsible adults. After all, debt can destroy a person’s entire adulthood, and it can quite literally happen in the blink of an eye…
The Average Age of a Child Identity Theft Victim is 12 Years Old
Identity thieves are always on the prowl. And when it comes to identity theft, children are not off limits. What are the telltale signs that your child’s identity may have been stolen and what can you do to fix and reclaim it? Read on for the details.
What’s Your Personal Saving Rate?
What is Economic Abuse?
Are You Afraid of Outliving Your Retirement Savings?
How Much Should You Have in Emergency Savings?
74% of Americans are Getting Married with Debt
A survey of 1,000 couples set to get married in the next 12 months found 3 out of 4 couples will go into debt to tie the knot. And most, 61 percent, say they will use credit cards to pay. But is starting married life saddled with debt a good idea? Here’s what the wedding experts at the Knot say and what Consolidated Credit’s financial expert says. Here are some tips on what you can do to cut cost if you’re getting hitched.
10 Money-Saving Summer Budget Tips
10 Tips To Help Your Teens Become Financially Independent
8 Money-Saving Ideas for Mother’s Day 2018
By the time Mother’s Day rolls around, Americans would’ve have already spent $23.1 billion on gifts for mom, according to the National Retail Federation(NRF). Mothers are special in every way. How can you spoil that special mom or mother figure in your life without going into credit card debt? Here are 8 money-saving ideas.