4 Lesser known Ways to Save Tax Revealed

4 Lesser known Ways to Save Tax Revealed For the salaried individuals, the amount of money deducted from their hard-earned salaries in the form of taxes gives them the biggest headache when planning their monthly budgets. Apart from the income tax deducted by the employers, the professionals also have to...

Saving for Your Dream Vacation

Saving for Your Dream Vacation A determining factor in traveling is money. All too many times we’ve made vision boards and bucket lists of all the places we want to go to, but a lot of the times, the only thing holding us back is the financial aspect of it. With summer fastly coming to an end and...

Here’s How You Can Save Money This Fall

Here’s How You Can Save Money This Fall As summer turns to fall and the leaves begin to change, everyone is looking for ways to save a penny here or there. When the seasons change, especially in cold weather areas, a few simple adjustments can go a long way toward saving you time and money. Here are our...

How to Save more Without Affecting your Lifestyle

How to Save more Without Affecting your Lifestyle Everyone wants to save money from their income but at the end of the day most of them end up with nothing. Money management is the most important thing that you should know when you want to save more. A lot of people start to save money before planning and they end up...

5 Ways To Save On Medical Expenses

5 Ways To Save On Medical Expenses We don’t realize how important our health is until we fall sick or become a victim of an accident. To treat ourselves we end up in the doctor’s office or the emergency room and leave with a long medical bill, which is hard to pay for most of us. There are ways to...

Retirement Pitfalls to Watch-Out For

Retirement Pitfalls to Watch-Out For Research reveals that 52% of the retired Americans are not able to maintain their standard of living after retirement. As much as 79% of the working population plan on taking up jobs even after retirement, because many fall behind their savings due to recession. So...