Feel like it is too late for you and you will have to work till you are 65 or later? Here are strategies to help you get on track to retire early, even if you start after 35.
By adopting a money-saving mindset, understanding how and where you spend money, learning to live within your means and creating some small but actionable goals, saving money is easier than you may think and completely doable.
Other than the bathroom, the kitchen is easily the costliest to update or upgrade and those appliances are going to be the primary reason behind it. Here are 5 budget tips to help you reduce your kitchen appliance costs.
Even if you have never, ever kept track of your money, you need to start a budget in midlife if you have any hopes of realizing the retirement you have dreamed of your entire life.
I don’t care how old you are, it is never too late to start saving. It is easier than you think. Take this 52-week money saving challenge and save up to $1300 or more without feeling deprived.
If seeing the pyramids is on your bucket list but don’t think you can afford it, check out these 5 money saving secrets for tourists travelling to Egypt. With a little planning, you can realize your dream, even on a budget.
People are recycling and donating their slightly used possessions more than ever before and you can reap the benefits of someone else paying full price for something they no longer want or need. click through for a list of 7 things you should always buy at a thrift store. #savemoney #thriftstore
Here is a list of places that offer senior discounts in the United States. Save money at stores and restaurants you shop at. Some start their senior discount at 55! Take advantage of the savings now!
Nothing can teach you the skills of budgeting, rationing and delayed gratification faster than a no spend month. Check out the 5 steps this family used to survive and thrive.
Do you get distracted while shopping for others or end up breaking the bank on gifts for yourself? Use these 3 high tech tools to curb impulse shopping.