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Aug. 25, 2021 in

Personal Finance, Saving, Budgeting

5 Ways to Cut Down Your Weekly Grocery Bill

Weekly grocery bills can stack at as high of an average as $299 for a family of four or as high of an average as $178 for a two-adult household. Whether you are about to start shopping for school lunches or are just someone looking to save some extra money on groceries, these five ways to cut down on your weekly grocery bill can help you save...

It’s Never Too Early to Start Saving for Retirement

It’s never too early to start saving for retirement! Saving like retirement is right around the corner is a practice that certainly won’t hurt you in the long run. And even if your retirement is approaching sooner than that, it’s always a great time to save for your future.

Why our Mobile App Is A Better Option Than Popular P2P Payment Apps

Almost 80% of Americans use some form of mobile payment such as PayPal, CashApp, Venmo, and other similar peer-to-peer payment apps. They are easy to use, quick, and they transfer money almost instantly. Perfect, right? Well, not so fast.

5 Tips for Saving When You Have Kids

If you have kids, you know that saving money can be a day-to-day challenge. In the hustle and bustle of the week, it is sometimes easiest to go with options that seem like a quick fix in the short-term. Fast food and ordering clothes online seem much more convenient than spending any spare time in the kitchen or the store. However, in the long...

Why Teaching Your Children Financial Literacy Matters

As a parent, one of your jobs is to give your children all of the tools they need to navigate adult life when the time comes. Financial Literacy is a crucial part of ensuring that your child feels empowered by their finances and ready to take on life. Below are a few helpful tips to help you effectively teach your child how to manage their...

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