If you think getting married is a tremendous emotional step, you would be correct. But, it’s also a major financial one too. Each one has their own individual goals and ways to handle money. We offer these money management tips in an attempt to get both spouses on the same page and frame of mind.
It’s best to discuss money management before marriage and decide on the method of handling the finances. Both long term and short term goals should be discussed. A lot of stress can be avoided later in marriage if these financial issues are taken care of early by View full post…
Starting college is one of those times when you had better learn about money management. In that regard, we are offering these basic money management tips to help guide you.
You’ll not only be meeting new friends, but experiencing that new freedom you dreamed about. In most cases, you’ll also discover that you now have a lot more financial responsibility…a lot more!
A study done by Sallie Mae discovered that more that 84% of new college students had one or more credit cards. The bad news is that many students were using these cards the wrong way. With an average balance in excess of $3,000.00, many were spending more than their income allowed.
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