Ignoring the dangers of impulsive financial decisions can be tempting. You’ve heard the financial advisors’ warnings … Save for emergencies. Save for retirement. Save for large purchases. But if you’re barely getting by, making any real headway can feel as likely as surviving an extinction event. So, if you ever feel like money management is just a big tar pit waiting to suck you in, here’s some inspiration gleaned from three of Hollywood’s most recognized dinosaurs:
Summer! Time to celebrate long days full of activities. But summer can also do a number on your wallet if you’re not careful. Here’s some quick tips to keep some extra jingle in your shorts pockets!
Most of us are much better at spending than saving. Maybe that’s why almost half of Americans can’t cover an unexpected expense of $500 or less. Here are a few easy ways to build your own savings in ways that only hurt a little now, and feel really good in the future.