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POSTMay 15, 2020
You may think that when you rent your house or apartment, your home renovation options are limited, but don’t despair over that “Dream Space” Pinterest board just yet. There are a surprising number of things you can do to your space that are landlord & budget friendly. Just because you don’t own your home doesn’t . . .
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 . . .
POSTFeb 10, 2020
Money is an important factor in almost everyone’s life, regardless of your financial situation. No matter where you stand, a little guidance and information from experts or people who have been in your situation before can be helpful. Fortunately, there are plenty of financial blogs that offer information on money management and finance in general. . . .
POSTJan 23, 2020
When you look at your family’s life plan, do you think there’s a chance either you or your spouse will want to pause your career to raise children, care for aging parents, go back to school, or pursue a lifelong dream? Perhaps you’ve considered it but thought that surviving on one income would be impossible? . . .
POSTDec 27, 2019
The winter season is approaching, and unfortunately cold and flu season tends to follow along with it. Staying inside to avoid the cold winter air means that we’re in close contact with others, so germs can spread more easily. Did you know that flu containing particles can travel up to 6 feet, and rhinoviruses can . . .
POSTDec 11, 2019
Max’s Thrifty Holiday Gift Giving Guide When it comes to your holiday gift-giving style, are you a passionate penny pincher? A fan of frugality? Maybe you’re just looking to save a little extra cash this year. If your gift-giving list is 1 page or 10, thriftiness is the name of the game and can cover . . .
POSTNov 27, 2019
In 1924, Macy’s flagship store expanded to 1 million square feet and covered an entire city block in New York City. To showcase the opening of the “World’s Largest Store” and the beginning of the holiday shopping season, Macy’s decided to host a parade on Thanksgiving morning. The Macy’s employees dressed up in different costumes, . . .
POSTNov 25, 2019
‘Tis the season for… all things winter! It’s that wonderful season when we delight in the cold weather, relax by the fire, feast on our favorite comfort foods, and prepare for the holidays ahead. Enjoy the best of the season by completing this winter bucket list. Let it Snow, Let it Snow Just because the . . .