How to Save When You’re Invited to Everyone’s Wedding Invited to a wedding at Aspen Hall in Shevlin Park this year? Or maybe at Faith, Hope & Charity Vineyards? Or Sunriver? With so many people moving to Central Oregon from the valley or out of state, maybe you’re invited to a wedding on the Coast, […]
A Journey Without a Map To gain control of your finances, it’s important to set specific financial goals. But what does that mean? It means having a plan when you start your financial journey. Here’s an example: If you simply say, “I need to pay off my credit card debt,” you’re less likely to reach […]
If you’re expecting a tax refund, you could put that extra cash to work to reach your financial goals.
Money might be tight when you’re in college, but it’s not impossible to find ways to save. Yes, you can save money while you’re a student. Here are some simple ideas. Budget It’s essential to create a spending plan so you know where and how you’re spending your money. This allows for better spending habits. […]
Does your young-adult student need a crash course in personal finance? A recent financial literacy survey by the National Foundation for Credit Counseling (NFCC) reveals that the majority of adults say they learned the most about personal finance from their parents. Should you give your student a personal finance crash course? Basic Financial Knowledge Checklist […]