Most personal finance experts agree that you will need about 80% of your monthly income replaced during retirement. To make that possible, it is important to save and invest throughout your working life. Want to know where to get started? Read on.
I have several admitted weaknesses. I am a sucker for a hoppy craft beer, I can’t turn down a hot, fresh chocolate chip cookie, and I love a hot, fresh slice of pizza. Here are a few ideas to save a few bucks on your next slice.
Those of you who read my free money tips newsletter (which I suggest you do), know that I am about to take a trip to Israel. I spent the last few days working on lodging for the trip, and I want to share a few tips to save money on hotels when traveling.
The country is buzzing about thrift store shopping. Did you miss the message? Where else can you get your grandma’s jumpsuit for $7?
Most of us have heard of the “latte factor” and how we can save a lot in the long run by spending a little less in the short run. While some bloggers love the latte rule and others think it is stupid, here are some ways to find the latte in your life to save big in the long run.
For most of us, our smart phones are only a money drain. We pay at least $40 per month, on a family plan, or up to hundreds per month for unlimited plans, to get our calls and internet wherever we are. We can use those phones, though, to save us money. Here are my favorite free money saving apps.
The end of the year is approaching and with it an excellent time to analyze your financial house and see what changes you’d like to make for the upcoming year. For some this might mean examining their spending for ways to save money. With a few tips you can be on the road to saving money and improving your financial health.
For as long as I can remember, I have hated shaving. Seriously. I would do anything I could to avoid it. I didn’t want a beard, so shaving was an inevitable part of my life, so I am always searching for a way to make it suck less.
Make sure that when you’re living it up in your 20s (there’s no better time for living it up!) you keep your future in mind. Because you just left college, you’ve already got a head start because you’re used to living cheap.
This weekend, I am taking my girlfriend up to the mountains for a quick weekend getaway. I am excited to get out of the city for a couple of days and enjoy everything a fall trip to the Rockies has to offer. Before I made the reservations, however, I made sure to tally up the costs of a weekend away.
Have you ever heard someone say how much they “need” something that is a complete waste of money? They need their gym membership, they need their SUV, they need their daily latte. We all know that it is a want, but it is an important psychological issue to understand.
I love good wine. At the end of a long day, nothing goes better with dinner than a great Chianti or Bordeaux. But, as I found my taste in wine evolving, so did the cost. I am always looking to learn about good wines, trying new ones, and saving money. Last week, I found a new way to do all three that I am trying out.