New Year’s resolutions are a great way to meet your goals while starting out on a clean slate. Continue reading to learn four financial resolutions you should make for 2019!
We all love good bargains – it’s human nature. But because we live in a consumer society, businesses are constantly trying to make sales, even if that means deceiving poor customers, and making them believe that they’re getting a deal when they’re not. Here is some of the pricing language that businesses use to trick you, and how to avoid it.
It’s no secret that our jobs shape our identity. But did you know that your job can potentially affect the way you spend money? In fact, studies have shown that added stress from work leads consumers to favor spending over saving. Here are 3 tips to help you make healthy financial decisions despite challenges in your professional life. Continue reading →
Raise your hand if you think basic financial advice isn’t only important to know, but also incredibly fascinating. (I may not be able to see you through this screen, but I know you’re not raising your hand.)
And it’s true, unfortunately. We all have access to some easy, effective financial hacks- but we aren’t willing to listen. Because it’s boring? …Maybe. Talking finance can be repetitive, and at times- dull. Money market accounts? Sure. Low interest lines of credit? Whatever. Calculating monthly dividends on a certificate? Wake me up when it’s over.
With that in mind, I’ve researched high and low to produce a list of 6 unconventional hacks that can help to fatten your wallet up. Will you become a millionaire overnight? Probably not (If you do, I demand half!). But these minor adjustments can certainly save you some money.