Keeping to a budget is the key to unlocking savings secrets that lead to personal finance success.
In these days and times, you have to not only budget, but also learn how to ball on a budget!
Here are three ways to budget. Find the method that works best for you.
Take control of your personal expenses. Here are five ways to do it.
There are three reasons we spend on “little” things.
Making a budget sounds easier said than done. But here are four steps to saving success.
Budgeting is necessary to achieve your financial goals.
Have you ever seen those people at the grocery store talking on their cellphones the entire time they are shopping and even during checkout? They are not only rude but also may be overspending on their purchase. A recent study found that texting and talking on a cellphone while simply walking results in walking errors and may
Was using a budget one of your 2012 New Year’s resolutions? About 40 percent of Americans do not maintain a budget or track their expenses, according to Bankrate’s July 2011 Financial Security Index. But if you want to get a better handle on your spending and saving, evaluating your budgeting method and making changes will
It will be a happier new year for minimum-wage earners in eight states. Hourly rates will increase between 28 and 37 cents per hour Jan. 1, 2012, for Arizona, Colorado, Florida, Montana, Ohio, Oregon, Washington and Vermont. This raise amounts to $582 to $770 more to spend (or save) per year for a full-time worker. So how