Having separate bank accounts is pretty trendy at the moment, especially among millennials. Many of them seem to be ditching the traditional route of having joint checking accounts and opting instead to keep their finances separate. But is this really a good idea? While there are many arguments for it, my opinion is that couples are […]
Have you ever found a recipe that you wanted to make right away but you were missing one or two necessary ingredients? Who wants to go to the store for just one ingredient? There are certain items I like to keep in my pantry that are very common staples in many recipes. This way, when I spontaneously come across a recipe I want to make, I often already have the ingredients on hand!
Wouldn’t you love to be able to call yourself an expert money manager? An expert money manager is someone who takes their personal financial management seriously. It is someone that is control of their finances and their financial future. It is someone that tells their money where to go instead of their money telling them […]
I have talked before about how I learned so much about managing money from working at a bank. One thing of value I learned is how important it is to see a banker at different life stages (aka the financial life cycle). Depending on what you are doing and your circumstances at the time, you […]
I worked at a bank for 2 1/2 years and was surprised by a few things I learned there. To be honest, I never went into banks much my entire life. I would usually use the ATM to get cash and deposit checks. And of course now most banks offer a way to deposit checks […]
I contributed a post to Abrazo and Coze about helping children learn good money habits very early on. Please give it a read and if you enjoy it, share it! 🙂 It’s very common that many people don’t know how to manage their finances by the time they leave high school. Because of this, they […]