While you may need to learn geography and geometry to get your high school diploma, some important life skills aren’t always taught in school. Budgeting is a real-life skill that you can practice every day to set yourself up for financial success. Check out these 14 tips on budgeting for teens to start growing your money young.
Pretty much everyone upped their spending on take-out food in 2020 – and for good reason. With restaurants closed for indoor dining and grocery stores experiencing unpredictable staffing and inventory issues, many consumers chose to order out for the majority of their meals.
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After so many couples were forced to postpone their weddings in 2020, 2021 is shaping up to be a jam-packed wedding season. For many people that means a calendar filled with memorable weekends – if you can actually afford to attend.
Challenges are a great tool for testing out a behavior change. Whether you’re trying to eat clean, meditate every day, or just be more active, 30 days is just long enough to test your willpower without breaking it.
Having a hard time saving your hard-earned money each month? Maybe it’s time to consider the envelope budgeting method. This money management strategy forces you to accurately budget your expenses each month by only giving you access to a predetermined amount of money, and the goal is to teach you to gain better control of your finances.