If you haven’t noticed by now, church websites have been popping up all over the internet. Some are good…some are not so good. Whether you have a church of 3,000 or 300, a website is a great tool for showing others about the church and connecting with new visitors. The best part is that a […]
There’s nothing quite like the sinking feeling you get when you overdraft your checking account. You thought you had the money, but nope, you didn’t. And then, the threat of a ridiculously high overdraft fee looms overhead. What are you to do? Let’s explore some ways you can avoid an overdraft altogether (including the fees that accompany them).
Personal Capital is an online personal finance tool that allows you to track all of your finances (budget, bank accounts, credit cards, and investments) all in one place. Best of all, it’s free! Here are some benefits as well as what you should know before you sign up.
If your credit score has fallen recently, due to a missed payment or two, or perhaps you have too much credit outstanding, there are some simple ways you can improve on your credit score that will get it back on the right track. Doing a combination of several of these could see your credit score rise significantly in just the next few months — and that goes for your credit score at each credit repository.
Investing can be a challenging part of money management. Whether you’re trying to learn the basics of stock investing, or invest in mutual funds, it can be confusing to understand important concepts of risk and return. Betterment is a personal investing account that aims to make investing and saving simple for people and they do a nice job of it.
An annual budget deficit of over $1 trillion, annual trade deficit in the neighborhood of $728 billion, an official national debt of $16.7 trillion, and unfunded liabilities of $123 trillion. How much longer can we continue to carry such enormous liabilities with such low income? Will the dollar collapse under the weight of so much debt?
You are probably trying to save as much money as you can on various utilities, food and everyday goods. But are you overlooking your insurance policies? You can save money on those, too! Here’s how you can save money on your car insurance, for instance.
If your household has always survived on at least two paychecks, the thought of living on a single income can be intimidating. It’s tough enough to live on two incomes — but one? It’s actually doable, but it can require a radical plan of action.