7 tips for saving money on pet care

As much as you may love your four-legged friend, you can admit they're expensive.  According to the ASPCA, the annual costs of owning a large dog or cat are $1,040 and $809, respectively.  But there...

9 rules for kick-starting your financial life

Nobody is perfect.  Sometimes we drop the ball when it comes to our finances.  Maybe you haven’t checked your credit score in years or occasionally pay bills late.  We’re not saying that either one...

Mind-blowing money facts we bet you don’t know

Did you know that if you have $10 in your pocket and no debt, you’re richer than 25% of Americans? Or that Northwest Airlines saved $500,000 a year simply by slicing limes (for drinks) into 16...

How will the new tax bill affect you?

There’s a new tax plan in place and lots of things are changing.  Personal exemptions are gone, many itemized deductions have been eliminated and the tax brackets were shifted.  These changes will...

7 places you can visit for under $40 a day

Have you been bitten by the travel bug?  Well then, it’s time to start planning your next adventure.  We've compiled a list of 7 incredible destinations that are surprisingly cheap to visit.  On...
College for less:  4 cost cutting tips

College for less: 4 cost cutting tips

When it comes to paying for college, relying on your savings just isn’t enough.  According to Sallie Mae’s “How America Pays for College 2016”, only 12 percent of college expenses are covered by student income and savings.  Needless to say, you’re going to need a plan...

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Protect yourself from identity theft

Protect yourself from identity theft

For 15 years in a row, identity theft has been the number one complaint reported to the Federal Trade Consumer Commission.  Identity theft occurs when someone uses your information to obtain credit, make purchases or even file tax returns without your consent. Keeping...

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Get your costumes ready for Halloween

Get your costumes ready for Halloween

Get your costumes ready, Halloween is almost here.  For most kids, this means fun costumes and free candy.  Across the United States, millions of children will go trick or treating door to door.  To ensure your Halloween is more delightful than frightful we have some...

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