Content from Lindsey Wilmot
POSTJun 23, 2020
There’s no doubt that taking some time off to have fun and relax close to home can be just as rewarding as going away for vacation, and it’s certainly thriftier. When you vacation close to home, you can eliminate a load of stress and expense. Consider that when you go on vacation, you have to . . .
POSTJun 18, 2020
School is out, temperatures are rising, and for most of us, this means one thing: It’s vacation time! Are you dreaming of white beaches and emerald green waves? Or maybe fresh mountain streams and picnicking under a canopy of trees are more your speed. Perhaps you’ve got your eye on some major landmarks instead. But . . .
POSTMay 21, 2020
With summer approaching, many people will start dreaming about an American tradition: the road trip. Who doesn’t want to see new sights, create the perfect mix of music, pack a cooler full of snacks, and start driving? Whether you have no destination in mind or the ultimate dream vacation plotted out, there’s no resisting the . . .
POSTApr 28, 2020
Does it sometimes feel like your money flies away from you and you often don’t even remember how you spent it all? Same. It’s a common affliction! But most people tend to waste money on the same ten things, which should make it easier to figure out what’s killing your budget. Once you identify which . . .
POSTApr 02, 2020
Saving should be simple, but the truth is that for many of us, extra money can be difficult to find when expenses pile up. When you add in unexpected costs that may come up, saving money can seem impossible. A recent survey found that as many as 78% of Americans live paycheck to paycheck. Without . . .
POSTMar 31, 2020
Financial advice so often seems to be written for people who started saving for retirement at 15, attended college without accruing any debt, and bought their first house before they were old enough to drink. Good for them, but what about the rest of us? Much as we try, not all of us are on . . .
POSTMar 26, 2020
With the ever-rising cost of living, it never hurts to be economical with your money. A very simple way to get more out of your paycheck is to adopt a more frugal approach to how you spend it. Frugality helps you to save more money whether it’s for a vacation, to pad your savings, or . . .
POSTMar 12, 2020
The Top 10 Best Apps for Finance Using a personal finance app can help you budget, pay bills on time, and stay organized. It can have a huge impact on your financial life, but there are so many options to choose from. There’s no reason to get overwhelmed though. We’ve created a list of the . . .
POSTMar 05, 2020
Teaching children life skills is an essential part of preparing them for their bright future. Managing money is one of the most critical life skills someone can have and luckily everyday life offers many opportunities to model good money management habits. Activities like buying groceries or stopping by the bank, are chances to teach real-life . . .
POSTFeb 19, 2020
Everybody wants to be a millionaire. You might assume that you need to have a genius idea patented or to inherit a fortune to make that happen. But by copying the tactics and strategies that millionaires use, anyone can accumulate wealth over time. It’s possible for the average person to start saving and building wealth . . .