This topic includes information about cost of living expenditures and trends. Cost of living expenses effect individuals, states, countries, and families.
You still haven’t cut the cord? What are you waiting for? There’s never been a better time to cut the cord and save some money. Better yet, you pay can for content you actually want instead of being force fed content you’ll never use.
Mastering the transition between living at home or on college campus, to living on your own in a city apartment is fraught with struggles. Master these three challenges first and you’ll be well on your way to successful independent living.
What’s the one thing that’s dreaded more than a big snowstorm in winter? Those huge energy bills that come from cranking up the heat. Fortunately there are quite a few ways to remedy that problem. Let it snow!
When one evaluates their 401(k) or retirement fund, they typically assume that they will be fine. However, growing old comes with some health risks that may effect your savings. With these tips, you can ensure you stay afloat throughout your retirement years.
Many Americans have not saved enough for retirement, or their savings have been hurt by the recent recession. Many more simply are not ready to quit working. What do you plan on doing in retirement? What will you be able to do? Is retirement as we know it changing?
The tiny house movement is sweeping the nation. Tiny homes are as small as 100 square feet and can be an ideal solution for someone choosing a minimalist lifestyle who wants to save money while living in an area that has a high cost of living. But are they a good investment?
Many people today face huge obstacles to the classic American Dream: financial stability and home ownership. However, young adults seem surprisingly optimistic about their likelihood of achieving their financial goals, even as the dream has shifted somewhat.
The federal reserve continues it’s controversial practice of “quantitative easing”. Is this method actually a good way to boost the economy and produce more jobs?
With the costs of living rising every day, many people cling tighter and tighter to what money they have. Giving some of your hard-earned cash away in order to experience greater financial well-being may seem counter-intuitive, even crazy. However, the benefits can be greater than you imagined.
High school students begin making college decisions in the fall of their senior year, yet parents cannot know what their financial responsibility will be until after they file the FAFSA in January. If you haven’t heard about the ubiquitous net price calculators, find out here what the story is.