I’ve shared with you some of my personal and professional goals, but now I am sharing how I plan on reaching my financial goals this year.
For parents, embarking on a new year means setting professional, personal, and parental goals. Here’s six new year resolutions parents should make.
I previously told you about Finn by Chase and how they are changing the way we bank, but did you know Finn can also help save you money?
Congratulations on graduating! Now it is time for you to begin to work on repaying your student debt. Our guest blogger is sharing a few tips.
Learn more about the #WomenInspired movement from Prudential and how I got my financial fab on at Hispanicize 2016.
You want a raise, but have you covered all of your bases to ensure one? Read my latest post full of tips you need to adhere to if you want that bump in pay.
Most people don’t like creating expense reports but it must be done. Check out my easy breezy tips to help you Organize your Expense Report Receipts.
Learn about MyPoints, the free rewards program that allows you to earn rewards for items you buy online. This is a sponsored conversation, opinions are mine
The holiday season is upon us. But if you need to make some extra cash, check out my list of Five Ways to Make Some Extra Money During the Holiday Season.
Financial literacy, in my opinion, should begin at childhood. Money and finances are such an important part of life, and as a parent, I’ve made strides to teach both of my children the value of a dollar. I don’t want to them to make the same mistakes I made when I was coming up, so weekly discussions about money and the importance of saving is always on the menu in my home.
America Saves Week is Feb. 25- March 2nd, 2013. Check out these 4 easy tips that can help you save money and keep more cash in your pocket.
Christmas bonuses are rare these days due to the economy, but they aren’t totally out of the question. If you do receive one this year, you want to make sure it goes a long way.