Spending way too much at the pump?
Are the costs of car repair adding up?
Is the trade-in value of your vehicle dropping as the odometer rises?
All things considered, you could be talking big bucks!
Here’s a simple savings tip: Carpool! Continue reading
We are pleased to welcome guest blogger, Laura Edgar, senior writer for NerdWallet.com, a personal finance website dedicated to promoting financial literacy.
Money management is a popular topic for grownups, but it’s just as important for kids. Sure, your child may not have to worry about paying the mortgage, but she does need to practice budgeting, spending and saving. Kids who learn good money management habits are way more likely to make smart financial choices when they grow up; study after study confirms it.
Teaching your children good money skills isn’t as difficult as it sounds. You already know a lot about it! Here are 5 expert tips to get you started. Continue reading
You’ve spent the whole summer saving money with our Summer Savings Tips – and even as the summer winds down, our tips continue!
Back to school preparation is always costly, but we want you to hang on to that money you’ve worked so hard to save this summer. Continue reading
Have last-minute summer travel plans?
Here are 10 quick tips to protect your finances while you’re gone: Continue reading
To stay or to go this summer? The great American spirit urges us to hit the road, but we suggest you fight that urge and “go local” to save money.
One day-trip at a time you can rediscover all the amazing things our own region has to offer. You might just fall in love with home…all over again. Continue reading
On the top ten reasons to love summer, you are sure to find Farmers Markets. Yes it’s love at first bite – and it’s more than the food.
Farmers Markets combine people, education, entertainment and yes, exceedingly delicious food to define a community experience. Continue reading
The temperature has skyrocketed and you can’t wait to get out of the heat. Time to head home and crank up the air conditioning.
But do you know how to keep your energy costs low when the temperature is high?