A mere eight percent of people actually achieve their New Year’s resolutions. Ouch! So often, we set good intentions and get hyped for great things to come, but we lose steam–often in just a few weeks.
Among the many popular resolutions set each year, squaring up finances and making more money always top the charts. So, if you’re looking to get rich this year, what can you do to succeed? Outside of winning the lotto, financial success comes down to doing the basics well.
Once again, we’re approaching The Most Wonderful Time of The Year. The music, the lights, the parties. There’s so much to do, but it’s important to remember to keep your guard up and follow a few safety tips during the holidays.
With so many financial products available, choosing which type of account to open can be just as stressful as deciding where to open one. For consumers looking for earnings on their savings, one of the options that credit unions offer is share certificates. Here’s a brief overview of how they work and some of their advantages and disadvantages.
Shopping for school supplies, electronics and clothing can be a chore — and an expensive one at that.
Families with children in grades K-12 plan to spend an average of $687.72 on back-to-school shopping, about $14 more than last year’s average of $673.57, according to the National Retail Federation. College students and their families plan to spend an average of $969.88, or about $82 more than last year’s $887.71 average.