5 Ways to Save on Gardening

Personal Finance

5 Ways to Save on Gardening

5 Ways to Save on Gardening

Each spring, millions of Americans head out to their gardens and get to work growing food. In fact, the number of U.S. households engaged in gardening jumped from 36 million households in 2008 to 42 million in 2013 — a 17% increase, according to the National Gardening Association. The trend is particularly hot among millennials, according to... Read More

Whether Trump or Clinton, 24% of Americans Think They’ll Be Worse Off After Election

Personal Finance

Whether Trump or Clinton, 24% of Americans Think They’ll Be Worse Off After Election

Whether Trump or Clinton, 24% of Americans Think They’ll Be Worse Off After Election

Only 6% of Americans think their finances will improve after the November presidential election, regardless of which party’s candidate wins, according to a recent loanDepot survey. In fact, the survey found that most Americans expect their financial situations will either stay the same (66%) or become worse (24%). Part of the negative sentiment appears to... Read More

Can FOMO Drive You Into Debt?

Personal Finance

Can FOMO Drive You Into Debt?

Can FOMO Drive You Into Debt?

Is the “fear of missing out” leaving you in debt with financial regret? The fear of missing out, or FOMO, can lead you into debt quickly without realizing it. It is important to have your goals and finances run on parallel tracks and to revisit those goals regularly to make sure they stay on course... Read More

How to Kick Your Spouse Off Your Credit Cards

Credit Cards

How to Kick Your Spouse Off Your Credit Cards

How to Kick Your Spouse Off Your Credit Cards

Is it time to separate the finances between you and your spouse? Some couples manage their finances separately while others manage their bills together. But in both cases, it’s likely that a person will add a spouse to his or her credit card as an authorized user or open a joint account. And while these... Read More

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