If you were one of roughly 36 million American single-person households in 2018, you might have trouble saving money each month without roommates or family sharing boarding costs.1 Other than food, housing is typically the most expensive fixed cost of a budget. If you try to live on the 50-30-20 […]
Proper budgeting, in theory, is much easier said than done. In the real world, unplanned expenses can easily come along and throw off your budget in an instant. Instead of overdrafting your account, which can cause your financial institution to charge you overdraft fees, it’s worthwhile to explore your credit […]
Did you know that every state in the USA has its own slogan? Not just some Latin motto – though they do have those, too. A modern slogan, like a movie tagline, is intended to entice excitable tourists to pick one state’s unique offering over all the others available at […]
Like millions of consumers across the country, you probably realize that you have far too many possessions. According to a recent study, the average American spends nearly $700 a month on nonessential items.1 That adds up to a whole lot of goods we aren’t using and can even reduce the […]
Credit is an exchange of money, services or goods for a future payment. Rather than carrying a wad of money with you all over town, paying for expenses with credit is a convenient way to manage your money when used properly.
Thousands of endangered species around the world are on the brink of extinction. And human beings are bio-diversity’s greatest enemy: we’re responsible for the endangered status of 99% of at-risk species. A handful of conservationists have been hard at work changing the story for a number of endangered populations. But […]