Inflation Likely To Get Worse Before November 2022
While inflation seems bad now, Americans are more likely going to feel it in the months ahead. CNN's reporter Melanie Zanona said congressional democrats were "panicking" over inflation and Biden's administration's response.
Ill teenager gives life savings, raises money for little boy: "Nothing can be done for me, but I want to help Jacob"
A terminally ill teenager decided to give his $1,350 life savings to help a little boy who is fighting cancer. He didn't stop at giving away his money, though. The brave teenager made his family proud by getting involved in gathering additional funds for the boy's treatment.
The Best Savings Tool for You in 2022 is Not What You Would Expect
Inflation, the Russian war, and the high cost of gas have you wondering where can you save your money for the best return. You know banks won’t do it for you. They haven’t for years.
When Being a Cheap Date Is a Good Thing on a Budget
This April, my husband and I went on our first “date night” in three years. What can I say?Two little kids + nursing mama + tight budget = no date nights. Now we have a goal to go on one date night a month-but that budget is still a big factor. What to do?
How to Unlock Unadvertised Clearance Sales at Your Local Walmart
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Are You Ready for the End? Here Are Some Year-End Tax Savers
Figuring taxes before April 15Kelly Sikkema/Unsplash. Time is running out on making your year-end tax decisions. These decisions can make a big impact on your tax bill come April. It's even more important if you are saving for retirement, have investments outside of retirement accounts, or even if you itemize your deductions.
The money jar
When my children were little we started putting spare change in a mason jar that we called the money jar. I wanted to teach my children that small amounts of money would add up to big savings if they continually put money aside. Even as adults now, they love to go put the coins in the coin sorter at the grocery store and guess how much is in the money jar.