It’s cold. It’s dark out at 4:00 pm. It’s day three of winter vacation for the kids and they are already bored with snow.
This year you decided to keep on budget and not travel to warmer climates. How can you make your Winter Staycation fun for everyone?
New Year! New opportunities to get a handle on your life – make and keep resolutions about diet, fitness and finances.
Why not try to get your wallet into shape? Shrink your debt and add muscle to your savings!
This time of year, make sure to be on your toes to avoid being scammed! We've got tips to help you avoid five common scams that pop up around the holidays.
Here’s what to look out for:
I was online and wanted a free guidebook. All I had to do was enter my credit card information to start my free trial - which I could cancel at any time. But life got busy and I forgot to cancel. There are now new charges on my credit card bill, plus I discovered I am signed up for automatic billing.
Parking is $5, and you may need to pay admission (see the previous blog entry), but once you’re in, free family entertainment is at every turn!