Exchanging money isn’t anything new to us now, but you might be surprised how money has evolved throughout the years. The crisp twenty-dollar bill that ‘appears’ from the ATM has come a long way since the creation of U.S. currency over 150 years ago.
While no one can totally prevent it, there are many things you can do to protect yourself from online fraud and identity theft.
The folks from over at MoneyTips.com recently did a survey of over 500 retirees. They asked them all kinds of questions and the results led to some pretty helpful information. They also compiled all the information and used it to create a helpful (and FREE) ebook that you can download here. (It will only be […]
Meal planning doesn’t have to be complicated. Services exist to help you — but beware. Before signing up for a menu-planning service, make sure their food philosophy lines up with yours. You don’t want them sending you meat dishes if you are vegetarian. Nor do you want the recipe for biscuits to include two cups of Bisquick® when you prefer to cook from scratch.
For Bob and I, eating out is a luxury that we allow into our budget because it’s something we both really enjoy – not to mention the wonderful benefits we get from going on dates! But unfortunately, eating out regularly can get really expensive. Because we don’t really want to spend all our money on food, we are very conscious how much money we spend on this. Here’s how you can do it.
Figuring that you never have to review your insurance needs is one of the most common misconceptions about life insurance! But, if you don’t review your plan annually – or, for that matter, don’t have a financial plan – here are some guidelines to know when you should review your life insurance.
Yes, the reality of life is that emergencies will come our way. None of us are exempt. But if piling up $15,000 or $20,000 so you can wait for the sky to fall is not a huge motivator, consider the following “side benefits” of your emergency fund.
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It’s fascinating to read the parables of Jesus because there always seems to be something new that comes from it. That’s how I feel about the parable of the sower.
J.D. Powers released their annual review of the nation’s best banks, the J.D. Power 2014 Retail Banking Ratings. Rather than republishing their findings, we’re going to summarize them here by narrowing down the list to the top rated six regional banks in the US.
When I think about the the room that has the most traffic in our home, it has to be the kitchen. So many activities take place there, from cooking to eating and game playing to homework. The kitchen seems to be the hub of the household. And, everything seems to collect there. A kitchen functions […]
Five Dollar Mission is a nonprofit ministry that provides faith-based resources and training material to missionaries who are living and working in Spanish-speaking countries.