Financial Tips For The Holidays

We have several more holidays that are up and coming. Next week is Thanksgiving, Christmas is in a month, and then there’s New Year’s. All these holidays bring families together to share experiences, gifts, and each other’s company. The holidays also mean spending a lot of money. If you’re trying to combat how much money you’re spending, and find alternative methods for doing so, follow along for financial tips for the holidays. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-9-sZj9nlWs Maintaining Read more [...]

Should You Be Saving or Investing Right Now?

We had a bull run for over nine years. The start of the pandemic was a buying opportunity. If you had bought back in March 2020, you would be sitting on a gold mine just a year ago. As time passed, things began changing. With uncertainty in the market, oil problems, and the coronavirus lingering, we have seen things get bad. The housing market and inflation are at an all-time high, and interest rates are dismal. With all that being said, is it a time to be saving or investing right now? Follow along Read more [...]

How To Control Your Spending With Trim

Do you have a budget? I know I don’t. While I’m pretty good about automating my finances to include debts and savings, I found it helpful to see where I could trim the fat on my spending. Being able to look at a snapshot of my monthly spending helped me see all the unnecessary expenditures I had. It allowed me to come up with saving goals and a plan to ensure I get my bills paid on time, have money saved for my future, and money to spend now on the things I want with no hesitation. Have you looked Read more [...]