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Why blow your budget on restaurant food when you can prepare your own for so much less at home? You just might like this approach so much, you’ll decide to brown-bag it more often!
One of the best things about being a homeowner is doing a great job on your own home improvement and repair projects. But, while there is so much you can do on your own, just remember not to take on more than you can handle. Here are a few tips that can help you identify what to take on and what to leave to the pros.
The Paycheck Protection Program, or PPP, has been a lifesaver for many small businesses; however, scammers have followed right along. The scams come in three basic forms. Read more about these scams and learn how to protect yourself and your business from these scams.
International Data Privacy Day, on Jan. 28, is a worldwide initiative to promote awareness of the importance of privacy online as well as protecting personal information. It also is an effort to remind companies that safeguarding consumers’ privacy is a good business practice.
Building savings can feel like a lofty goal. And, if you’re not sure where to start, it can be easy to put it off. These 5 easy steps to start saving will set you on your way to reaching your goals in no time.
Love the holidays but hate the Santa sticker shock that follows? No need to spend your way into debt this Christmas. Here are 12 homemade gift ideas from across the cyber-verse to get you started.
The New Year is just around the corner (we’re shocked, too.) Dust off your 2020 resolutions and let’s try again. Here are 6 tips to get you (re)started.
With COVID-19 still disrupting all kinds of plans, here’s all you need to know about celebrating Halloween safely in the era of COVID-19, according to medical professionals.
The money envelope system has been around for years, and it’s an incredibly motivating and powerful way to keep spending in check. You can use this handy guide to understand and implement the money envelope system in your household.
It may be a new year, but scammers are still looking for ways to con you out of your money. Experts are warning of a new scam that involves changing the date on important documents. Most of us are accustomed to abbreviating the date by using just the last two digits...