Here is a diagram that explains how important it is to shop local, and how it goes back to the your local community!
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Hosting a cookout on Memorial Day weekend is an excellent way to celebrate our freedom and respect the memory of those fighting for it. Like any other party, though, hosting a cookout can get expensive.
Saving money on groceries means creating a plan for meals, snacks and household goods on a weekly (or however often you prefer to shop) grocery list.
Meals at restaurants and pre-packaged convenience foods are nice and easy; however, they’re not always the healthiest or the most cost-effective way to feed a family.
If you're like most millennials, you're probably feeling the pain of living paycheck to paycheck and wondering how you're ever going to pay off those student loans, much less save for retirement
Unexpected expenses, by nature, can come out of nowhere. Your check engine light comes on, and your car demands you put another thousand dollars into keeping it on the road. That cough that just won’t go away turns out to be more serious than you thought.
When you sit down and actually record where your money goes, there are always surprises. More money may be going to food and other expenses than you think. There may be areas in which you can easily cut corners that you won’t see until it’s in writing.
One of the best things you can do with a savings account is forget about it. If you don’t think about it, you can’t spend it. It’s there when you need it and it’s earning dividends the whole time.
Knowing how to invest in your future is an important step to having a happy and healthy retirement plan. We have put together a little 411 on your 401k investments to hopefully make the process a little easier. Finding out what your employer will match is a first big step to getting started.
After all the holiday gifts are unwrapped, you may suddenly realize you have too much stuff! Don't just throw out the items you no longer need; you can recoup some of your costs by selling them on websites like Craigslist and eBay. Here are eight items that may be cluttering your home.
Saving money is a lot like losing weight. It’s no fun, requires sacrifices and no one at a dinner party wants to hear about your plan. For many first-time home-buyers, trying to save enough money for the down payment on a house can seem like a diet that won’t end.