Budgeting

December 01, 2022
Need to Track Your Regular Expenses? Build a Budgeting Calendar

If saving is something you worry about, you’re not alone. More than half of Americans have less than three months of expenses saved in their emergency fund, and a quarter of Americans don’t have any savings. While that may seem overwhelming, you should know that anyone can save, starting by building a plan for spending.…

November 22, 2022
Budgeting Tips for College Students: A Parent’s Guide

They grow up so fast! Your child is becoming an adult, and it’s time for them to take their first step into the adult world: college. As they learn to be independent, they may be shocked by all of the real-world learning they’ll do as they earn their degree, especially some hard lessons about money.…

November 14, 2022
4 Ways Inflation and High Interest Rates Affect Small Business Owners

It’s no secret that inflation is high. But did you know these conditions might make it more difficult for you and your business to borrow money, produce your goods or services, and maintain inventory? Inflation is hard on small business owners, but there are steps you can take to protect yourself and your business. At…

November 10, 2022
Budgeting Basics to Build Up Your Bank Balance

No matter your stage in life, saving is likely at the top of your priorities. Money doesn’t buy happiness, sure, but financial security is important for your mental health and can allow you to focus energy on growing in other aspects of your life. ...

November 17, 2022
Budgeting For Couples: How To Split Your Bills And Keep It Fair

Relationships are a lot of work. As you develop your relationship with your partner, you’ll learn so much about them: their tastes, their habits, their dreams, their goals, and their flaws. It’s not clear which date to ask how they handle money, th...