The Heroes at Home a Financial Education Event with Ellie Kay recently visited Goodfellow AFB.
Spring cleaning is a great way to both declutter and save. Spring cleaning is a great time to take stock of what you have, what you need, and what you do not need anymore. Check out these six simple and immediate steps to have an effective and productive spring cleaning.
The best way to establish where the best grocery store prices are is to create a plan to discover the best prices and then follow that plan.
While it is time to wear green and look for four leaf clovers, it is also a good time to consider making some “greener” choices for your home. Not only will this be better for our environment, but can significantly reduce your energy usage for your home; saving you some green!
Military Saves Week February 22-27 seeks to motivate, support, and encourage military families to save money, reduce debt, and build wealth. Their campaign slogan, start small and think big gives you the freedom to make some seemingly small money saving decisions and be surprised at the overall outcome they can have on your budget. Making an effort to plan your meals and groceries in advance and be conscious about some money saving techniques, is a great place to start in your overall savings goals.
In our society at a time where there is constant pressure to do everything yourself, sometimes the right decision for your family is to outsource a task or service. Here are a few tips to decide whether outsourcing is right for you and your family and how to make that decision.
If the customer is always right, then how come we do not always hear a “Yes!” from the business? Follow these six steps on how to react and resolve an issue with a business when we do not get our way.
Driving the kids around town to sporting events, school activities, tutoring sessions, and sports practices can be expensive. Forgotten items, food, drinks, and impulse purchases can make a big impact on the monthly budget when small expenses are added together. Save by following these six simple tips.
Working mom guilt can take on a new level when it is time for a business trip. Check out these tips to kick the guilt and help get through the separation.
Holiday shopping on a budget is hard, but it is far from impossible. If you are still finishing up your holiday shopping, following these six tips will help ensure that you have a happy Holiday season with an intact budget and a great start to 2016!