In the contest between pressing, immediate needs that require tending right away and our longer-term wishes, today's to-do list usually wins. It's just too easy to put off the things that require less attention now. If you have a day off from your regular routing as summer begins, consider using that break - or just part of it - to nurture a bit of longer-term thinking.
If it were possible to develop Post-Traumatic Stress Syndrome because of texts from your mobile provider, Brett Anderson would be suffering from it.
If you're engaging in a little financial spring cleaning this year, consider scanning your records and storing them electronically. Specific rules may vary depending on the asset, transaction or expense but generally, you want to make sure that your electronic records are as accurate (and legible) as your paper records and easily accessible.
When it comes to tracking your spending, credit card statements are often a crucial (but mundane) part of that. It is by combing through statements where you might catch billing mistakes or spot mysterious charges that could indicate fraud or identity theft.
Life experiences give you an incalculable return on investment. Every. Single. Time. So why is it so hard for us to spend money on them?
WASHINGTON (Reuters) - U.S. President Donald Trump's first budget proposal will spare big social welfare programs such as Social Security and Medicare from any cuts, Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin said in an interview broadcast on Sunday.
Tracking your small business expenses gives you a better understanding of how you're managing your money and could help you get some cash back. There are three main reasons why you need to keep tabs on your small business expenses.
As a parent, its difficult to navigate the toy store or the candy aisle at the grocery store -- the inability to say "no" -- and mean it - could be setting children up for self-control problems and a world of financial pain.
You've raised your children, and you're looking forward to enjoying your newly-empty nest. It's time to celebrate! But wait—you should look at this time in your life as an opportunity to reevaluate your finances. Keep reading for tips to help you navigate this life event in a financially savvy manner.
Today's article discusses the best strategy for investors to handle sudden and unexpected expenses in retirement. While many stash cash in a "rainy-day fund", the author recommends that people reconsider this option and look into a more strategic method of staving off trouble in the form of medical emergencies, car issues, or other unpleasant surprises.