People often forget about their spare change — whether it’s left to pile up in different places or regularly put into a jar, it accumulates until there’s too much of it to count. Here a few ways to sort out your coins at home.
Saving money isn't easy. When you get that paycheck on Friday and you're ready to hit the town and have some fun, it takes a lot of discipline (or a ridiculously huge paycheck) to be willing to save a good chunk of that money. Some people know themselves well enough that they won't voluntarily save money, so they come up
I was listening to talk radio the other day (because pretty much all music these days is freaking miserable) and there was a guy who was trying to sell his "get rich quick with real estate" program. I wasn't very interested in his real estate program, but I was really interested in his philosophy on money, because he summed it
Where you live plays a big role in how easy or difficult it is to save money. Taxes, real estate prices, employment opportunities are just a few of the things that can be different by location and impact your savings. I live in Dallas, Texas which makes saving pretty darn easy for me. Here's why: No State Income Tax I
Herman Cain hates savvy personal finance savers. I'm actually really surprised that I haven't seen anyone point out this fact earlier. I was going to write this article weeks ago, but then just assumed someone else would jump on it. Unfortunately that hasn't happened and I can't ignore it any longer. Republican presidential candidate Herman Cain wants to punish people
Let me ask you a few questions to see if you qualify for free money. Do you have a checking account now? Is your paycheck directly deposited into that account every month? Do you use your debit card to make purchases? If you answered yes to all those questions, then ask this one: Does your checking account pay you up