Only 48 percent of Americans say they could handle a $1,000 emergency expense using cash or savings in their bank accounts, a survey from online loan marketplace LendingTree finds.
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The lunch "hour" may be a concept of the past, new research from staffing firm OfficeTeam suggests.
Following the revelry of the holiday season, many want to trim the fat from their waistlines, their spending and their debt (which can easily skyrocket during the holidays). As you enter the new year, consider the following tips to stick with a budget and rein in your spending to start paying off debt.
How would you like to save a total of $1,378 by the end of the year? It’s never too early to start thinking about your New Year’s resolutions, especially after a busy month of holiday spending! For some, this might mean making goals to eat healthier, stop smoking, read more books, or lose some weight. For others — it’s all about saving money.
Oh, the holidays. The one time of year when even the most disciplined shoppers have trouble sticking to their budgets. But you don't have to begin the New Year in debt. Follow these simple shopping tips to stop holiday overspending, and prevent a financial hangover in 2019. Seven holiday shopping tips to avoid a financial hangover in the new year.
Whether you consider yourself a spender or a penny-pincher, the holidays present many challenges when it comes to staying on a budget and meeting long-term financial goals.
If you’ve thought about switching your monthly or quarterly paper statements to a paperless or electronic version, check out these reasons to do it.
Congratulations -- you’ve graduated and are ready to go into the real world. Though you have your diploma, there’s still more to learn about the basics of financial management.
Brick and mortar retail is alive and well – yet it’s undergoing an era of change. Where will we shop in the future?
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