Posts Tagged ‘personal finance’

Inexpensive Anniversary Ideas

Married couples celebrate their anniversaries differently in their own way. There are some couples who strictly follow the traditional anniversary gifts to give each other every year, and other couples are fine with celebrating their anniversaries with a movie marathon. Celebrating anniversaries can get expensive depending on how the couple chooses to celebrate. Regardless of […]

Unexpected Costs During Your Early College Years

Congrats, you’re about to graduate from high school! It’s an exciting time as you prepare to take the next step in your life (and get away from your parentals). The next few months will be a busy time as you plan how you will set up your new dorm or apartment. But don’t forget to […]

When Should You Get Married? (A Financial Perspective)

Setting the date is often the first major decision that an engaged couple has to make, and there is a lot of pressure riding on it. Of course there are many considerations when deciding when to get married- no one wants to have a beach wedding in January, or a destination wedding to Mexico during […]

5 Ways to Save Money in College

College is a tricky time for many young adults, especially when it comes to finances, so plan ahead and be money-savvy. All that money you collected from friends and relatives at your high school graduation? Put it in a savings account! You’ll thank me when you’re a senior in college, struggling to get by on […]