Several changes took effect in 2018 that will affect taxpayers filing in the spring of 2019. Here’s what you need to know.
It’s important to teach your children about personal finance. It won’t be long until they’ll need to know, and understand how to manage their own. News reports are frequently telling us that personal debt is at an all-time high, and that most younger Americans have little or nothing saved for retirement. These trends are disheartening,Read more about What Your Children Should Know About Personal Finance[…]
There are many reasons why keeping a check register or account log is important. Find out the best way to keep a check register here.
When you don’t have an emergency fund, an unexpected expense can become a crisis. Even if you do have emergency savings, an event like a huge storm can create a financial impact beyond what you’re prepared to handle.
When a financial emergency hits, there are some things you can do to make sure you weather the storm – literally or figuratively – as well as possible. Read more about What Should You Do in a Financial Emergency? …
There are many personal finance gurus out there, and they offer wildly different advice in some areas. But there is one thing that almost all financial professionals recommend – an emergency fund.
What is an emergency fund?
Before we discuss what an emergency fund is, we need to define a financial emergency.
An emergency is an expense you could not anticipate. Holiday gift-giving is not an emergency, but a leaky roof after a storm is. Read more about What is an Emergency Fund? Why Should You Have One? …