How to Financially Prepare For Baby

How to Financially Prepare For Baby

Having a new baby is an exciting time of your life, but it can be incredibly overwhelming. Whether it’s your first time to become a parent or the fifth time, a new baby always brings a fresh surge of emotions. You feel protective and wanting to provide only the best for them.

Between morning sickness, kicks, and the urge to buy everything cute, you’ll also have to start considering the cost of pre-natal check-ups, delivery, and post-partum health care. After which, you’ll want to know what your working set-up would be, how to figure out childcare and revamp your budget to […] Read more

Practical Ways to Save Money Raising Kids

Practical Ways to Save Money Raising Kids

When you become a parent, you’ll quickly see how different your expenses are compared to when you didn’t have kids. You don’t have to deal with buying diapers, formula, clothes, car seats, crib, trips to the hospital, and many more. If you’re single or a couple without kids, the money that you’d spend on these things are probably going to your vacations, shopping sprees, savings, and investments.

The Cost of Raising a Child

Whether you’re planning on having kids or not, once the child is there, the cost of raising them is unavoidable. Ideally, you should have an idea on when you […] Read more

Cheaper Alternatives to Gym Memberships

Cheaper Alternatives to Gym Memberships

If you’re like most people, you’ve also probably made a promise to stay fit and healthy this year and going to the gym may be permanently inked into your New Year’s resolution.

We can’t discount the fact that living a fit and healthy lifestyle is important for our overall well-being and exercise is an integral part of it, but is getting a gym membership really worth it or is it a needless expense?

Well, going to the gym has become the “go to” way to work out these days. A fitness gym lets you use equipment that targets specific parts of your […] Read more

Getting the Best Price When Buying a New Car

Getting the Best Price When Buying a New Car

Your vehicle is probably the biggest purchase, apart from your home, that you’ll make in your life. Some people are given a new car by their parents when they graduate high school, but everyone else has to work to earn enough money to buy their first car.

In today’s age, owning a car is important for practical and functional reasons. You want to be able to go to work everyday without the stress of commuting on public transportation. Your car also lets you to travel and take vacations, even if it’s just for the weekend.

So if you’re shopping for a […] Read more

How to Save Money While Shopping

How to Save Money While Shopping

You probably shop for the best of all the best deals on Black Friday every year. Your email and phone are bombarded with notifications one after the other, telling you that your favorite product is on its biggest discount ever. But you also want to get the best deals the whole year round even on everyday things like tissue and toothpaste and never pay full price for them again.

However, you won’t be served the best deals on a silver platter. While those deals offered in discounts and promos will certainly reduce the sticker price, the legwork of finding them is […] Read more

A Beginner’s Guide to Taxes: How to File Your Federal Income Tax Return

A Beginner’s Guide to Taxes: How to File Your Federal Income Tax Return

Filing taxes is not everybody’s favorite way to spend the weekend. Apart from the mountain of documentation, forms, and receipts you need to gather, you also need to do a lot of number crunching and you need to file your taxes correctly to get the most deductions and not be audited by the IRS.

Filing taxes is your federal responsibility. You can make it less of a chore by educating yourself with the basics of the tax codes and taxation regulations. Fortunately for you, there’s a number of options that you can choose from when you file your taxes: do it […] Read more

Why Your Credit Score is So Important

Why Your Credit Score is So Important

Your credit score is one the most important financial game changers. Any important financial transaction like buying a home or a car requires creditors to look at your credit score. Lenders want to measure your creditworthiness and assess how much risk you carry before giving you any credit.

Your credit score is not permanent although it can remain on your credit report for several months to years. Your credit score can also move up or down based on your financial habits and decisions. It is therefore important to understand how credit scoring works and its impact over your financial […] Read more

7 Great Online Money Management Tools

7 Great Online Money Management Tools

Managing your finances can seem like just a lot of math. Too often, people who simply does the math yet never factors in the psychological aspects still end up mismanaging their money. That’s because personal finance is equal part numbers and mindset.

Money management covers a number of things and if there’s one thing that you need to remember, it’s that what you do with your money can have an enormous impact to your life. The way you spend, save, and invest will ultimately determine what path your financial life will take.

However, personal money management is a subject that’s rarely taught […] Read more

We’re Not A**holes

We’re Not A**holes

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35 Money Saving Life Hacks

35 Money Saving Life Hacks

Saving money is definitely harder than spending it. It’s a great idea to save a portion of your income for long-term goals like retirement, but there are also a couple of ways you make little savings inside your home that can build up to a bigger amount.

Consider your purchasing and cleaning habits and see where you might slash some cost. Household cleaners, food, grocery items and even personal products can cost a lot commercially, but you just have to be a little creative and resourceful to make way for some extra money.

Order Groceries Online

It can be tempting to make impulse […] Read more