April is the Month of the Military Child, so it’s a great time to go out for family-friendly activities. With long hours and complex schedules, it’s important for service members to make time for their children. Growing up as a military child has its challenges, so don’t forget to make your children feel special. You can have fun and save money with your family both on and off base.
Earth Day, April 22, has come and gone but you can start playing your part in saving the environment by changing the way you consume energy. Save energy to save - it’s easy.
Here are some ways you can save energy and money in your home and on the go:
It’s never too early or too late to start planning for retirement.
In fact, the sooner you begin planning, the better off you’ll be. Here are three retirement planning tips to keep in mind:
The Federal Reserve has raised its target interest rate after five years of record lows. This means you may be at risk of paying more interest on your mortgage, private student loans and car note if you're looking to buy. Here’s a roundup of what this means for you.
Financial Literacy Month is the perfect time to assess your finances and evaluate your level of savings preparedness. If you have an exceptional ability to manage debt, maintain an emergency savings fund and plan your finances, you’re already a great saver. If you want to improve your savings habits, start by asking yourself these questions.