Now that 2015 has arrived, it’s time we look ahead to see what this new year might bring. When it comes to personal finance, this year looks like it’s going to be a big one for credit cards, digital services, and retirement plans. Take a look at these 5 personal finance trends I think are .….
January: a time for snow, hot cocoa, and…divorce? Believe it or not, January actually has quite the reputation amongst divorce lawyers and is consistently one of their busiest times of year. According to a recent survey of 2,000 spouses by legal firm Irwin Mitchell, 1 in 5 couples plan to divorce after the holidays. It .….
The presents have all been opened, the decorations put away and the holiday bloat has finally disappeared. Yes, the holiday season has come to a close. If you’re anything like me, you’re relieved to have things return to normal. The holidays can be an exhausting marathon of parties, cooking, and of course, spending. Holiday .….
January 1st shouldn’t just bring a new year, it should bring a new you! Resolutions have always been a part of New Year’s celebrations, but sometimes we get a little too ambitious with our goals. The most effective resolutions are the simplest; they ease us into new habits that we can continue to build .….
The holidays are here and if you have kids you know what that means… winter break! While we all enjoy the time we get to share with our kids, it can sometimes be a struggle to plan an entire week of activities, especially when you’re on a post-holiday budget. That’s why I complied this .….