Aug 29, 2017
Like it or not the holiday season is approaching quickly. Yes, it does seem like it just happened... But soon, we'll all be heading towards the malls, department stores, or our favorite online retailer to find the perfect gifts for friends and family.
Aug 28, 2017
Labor Day car sales are coming. Dealers will be looking to clear inventory before summer ends. Make sure you're prepared to get the best deal!
Aug 24, 2017
This past year has seen some of the worst cyberattacks in history. From the WannaCry attack in May to the Petya attack in June, thousands of people have lost thousands of dollars and valuable data to criminals using ransomware.
Aug 22, 2017
Financial setbacks come in all shapes and sizes. It can be an expensive household repair or major car trouble. It may be an increase in your insurance plus a rent hike taking effect at the same time. Or, it can be something more extreme, like getting a pay cut at work - or event being given a pink slip.
Aug 17, 2017
Monday marks the day of a rare celestial event - a total solar eclipse. The digital connectivity of our society has built this event to a massive scale. It will undoubtedly be a fantastic sight, but besides the shadow of the moon what else will the eclipse bring to town?
Aug 15, 2017
It seems like everyone is talking about the stock market hitting an all-time high of 22,000. What does that mean, in real-world terms? Is that a good thing?
Aug 15, 2017
So, why is it important for high school students to have their own account? Part of high school is growing up. Part of growing up is figuring out how to handle money. Almost everyone makes mistakes with money, it's pretty much inevitable. It's better to make those mistakes at a young age and learn how to prevent them going forward.
Aug 10, 2017
It's National S'mores Day! Could there possibly be a better food holiday? These are our favorite s'mores recipes
Aug 08, 2017
we've all heard it before: Close the vents in rooms you don't use, regularly replace you AC filters and vacuum the coils on your fridge. But what if you're following all the conventional energy-saving tips and your summertime electricity bill is still astronomical?
Aug 07, 2017
According to the National Retail Federation's annual survey, some parents will spend almost $670 to get one child ready for school this year (bankrate.com). And most school district's classes are starting in the next two weeks. Last minute panic spending could get you close to that $670. Don't worry; we've got you covered for back-to-school shopping tips!