Expecting a new baby is one of life’s greatest milestones and joys. But whether the addition is through pregnancy or adoption, almost all new expectant parents stress about pre-arrival preparations. What do you need during those first few months? What should you buy? Here are a few budgeting tips for new parents. Most couples create …Read More
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Emergencies happen, and those unexpected moments can quickly thrust a family or an individual into a financial tailspin. According to CareerBuilder, 78 percent of Americans are living paycheck to paycheck. Unfortunately, living from paycheck-to-paycheck is becoming more prevalent. In fact, a savings account and the safety net it provides is a luxury that about 25 …Read More
Many families often wonder how they can save more money. While many monthly expenses are fixed—like rent, mortgages, loan payments and insurance—other expenses can be tweaked to save money. Weekly expenses for food, entertainment, and even utility bills can be decreased each month with just a little money saving savvy. With the cost of living …Read More
Keeping a daily paper planner to log appointments and tasks has become a tedious and archaic household habit of the past. Personal assistant technology like Apple’s Siri or Amazon’s Alexa now serve as the household master scheduler for families who need to track every appointment, practice, birthday party, school play and more. These ever-ready assistants …Read More
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