Transitioning to One Income

People decide to leave the workforce for many reasons. It may be to become a stay at home parent, health reasons, going back to school, or more. One of the biggest

Budgeting Methods

When you decide to start budgeting, there are several different methods that you can use. Here are just a few examples to help you get started when it comes time to

What Not to Cut from your Budget

While it’s important to see where you can make cuts in your budget, there are some items that should always remain and be a priority in your planning. Here are a few

January to May Blog Round-Up

In this edition of our blog round-up, we're going to take a look back at some of our favorite posts from January to May. Check them out below:

Five Myths about Budgeting

There are a lot of reasons that people use to convince themselves that a budget won’t work for them. Here are five of the most common myths associated with budgeting and

5 Questions to Ask Yourself Before a Purchase

While there are some expenses that may not require much thought, such as groceries, gas, or bills, some bigger buys may require a bit more consideration. Here are five

Pre-Wedding Financial Checklist

Your pre-wedding checklist probably includes items such as selecting a venue, choosing your wedding colors, and sending out invitations. However, there are a few more

Budget Motivation

One of the major reasons that people have trouble sticking to their budget is because a budget can be abstract. By using methods of motivation or incentives, you can

Living Your Best Financial Life - Young Teen

For young teens, they finally have ways of earning a little extra money, such as babysitting or mowing lawns in the neighborhood. As the amount of money they have access