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  • Money Moves to Make During Inflationary Times

    December 29, 2022 | Saving

    While inflation may be easing up slightly from recent highs, it is still a large concern for many.

    Learn how to protect yourself from inflation using keys steps listed in this blog.

  • Ho-Hum Holidays

    December 14, 2022 | Saving

    Is inflation impacting your holiday spending?

    As Money reports, inflation has caused the prices of goods and services to jump by almost 10 percent over the past year. Check out our blog for more details and tips on how to curb your holiday spending.

  • What do federal rate increases mean to you?

    October 11, 2022 | Saving

    Rising interest rates can mean different things for borrowers and savers

    While the Federal Reserve already raised rates three times in fairly short order this year, it looks as though there will likely be another increase looming on the horizon when they meet again on Sept. 21. The reason for a fourth hike – which could be as much as three-fourths of a point – is tied to all of the rest of the bump-ups.

  • Common budgeting mistakes to avoid

    September 26, 2022 | Saving

    Don’t fall into these traps when creating a roadmap for spending

    There’s a saying you’ve probably heard before about the few absolutes there are in life: None of us will live forever and taxes are practically unavoidable. We should add one more: Almost everyone needs a budget, even if they don’t know it yet.

  • Looking Back

    August 17, 2022 | Saving

    A study features retirees giving current workers advice

    The best way to prepare for retirement might just be listening to those going through it. In a new report, retirees shared their advice for current workers. The survey asked more than 1,000 retirees between the ages of 55 and 80 their thoughts on their post-work lives. What they said might just help you when the time comes to retire. Here are some takeaways.

  • The Roth Advantage

    July 05, 2022 | Saving

    Why young people should use a Roth IRA

    It’s important to save for retirement as early as possible. You want to be using a 401(k) if it’s available. Particularly if you don’t have a workplace plan (but even if you do), you also should consider a Roth IRA — especially if you are just starting out in your career. Here’s why.

  • Costly Chow

    June 28, 2022 | Saving

    The price of groceries is rising

    Food is getting expensive. The average cost of groceries has increased for 17 straight months and there is no sign of relief just yet. With prices continually on the rise, it can help to know what foods are jumping in cost faster than others. Here’s a breakdown.

  • Fighting inflation: How to save more on your weekly grocery bill

    April 11, 2022 | Saving

    With food costs soaring, along with everything else, try these tips to lower spending

  • Cutting Back

    March 28, 2022 | Saving

    Some ways to save on healthcare

     

    According to a recent study, 50 percent of Americans admitted to skipping a doctor or dentist visit because it was too expensive. While medical care can be costly, there are ways to make it more affordable. Here are some tips to keep things in check.

  • How to stop living paycheck-to-paycheck and finally get ahead

    March 07, 2022 | Saving

    Take these 5 steps toward a more financially secure future

    A report released in the spring of 2021 showed that more than half of Americans – some 56% – said they were living paycheck-to-paycheck. Other research, including that performed for my book “The Difference” produced similar findings.

    What does that mean exactly?

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