Financial Tips for Families
With two holiday weekends to get your attention (Mother’s Day and Memorial Day), you’ll have no problem finding great deals. See which items will have the best sales in May and which items you should hold out on (don’t buy that new grill yet).
What’s the difference between objective forecasting and cockeyed optimism? A new survey by CreditDonkey.com suggests that it’s the difference between some people’s saving habits and their idea of a “comfortable retirement.”
Are the thousands of dollars you spend on a college education really worth it? The answer is probably, based on current employment statistics. However, this is a significant shift from what the answer would have been a few years ago.
Many Americans prefer to save money rather than spend it. Of course, saying and doing are two different things. Learn 10 smart ways to save $1,000 a month here.
Vaccinations are tough. Battles over vegetables are trying. But few parenting challenges are more daunting than walking through a toy store with a preschooler. To young children, just about every toy is appealing, and the notion that mom or dad ...
Help keep money in the local economy, create local jobs, and protect the environment when you shop local. This infographic explores why shopping local should be a top priority in your shopping list.
You want to give back and do good. But, let’s admit it, you need some motivation. We’ve got it for you, by the many ways volunteering is good for you - not just those people you’re helping out.
Many products and services targeting parents can be a huge money vacuum compared to the benefits they provide. Here we unravel the top 23 ways families are blowing their money, either because they’re opting for convenience over cost savings or ...
It's never too soon to teach kids about money, and one of the best ways to do that is by having them help out around the house. Here are 23 ways that kids can start earning their own cash at home.
New Tips for Families
Employ these tricks and tips for getting more mileage out of every dollar when you're behind the wheel.
Which American Express cash back credit card should you get? Read this comparison review to see how the Blue Cash Everyday stacks up against the Blue Cash Preferred and its $75 annual fee.
Looking for a rewards credit card for everyday use? Read this comparison review of the Amex EveryDay and Blue Cash Everyday from American Express, a CreditDonkey advertiser, to see how the rewards stack up.
Are you afraid to open your credit card statement each month? Read on for the 23 mind tricks to help you spend less on your credit card.
Is your lawn out of control, but you no longer wish to fork over a large sum of cash each month to landscapers? Or maybe you already have an operable mower, but want to transition from the pushing to the riding model?
That many students drop out each year? Read on for 23 alarming statistics and facts on the high school dropouts.
If there’s one thing Americans love, it’s food. And what’s more American than eating for a free meal?
Need a reason to justify your reason for wanting to own a house instead of renting? We have 23 reasons for you, backed by proven facts.
Since the 19th century, golf has been one of the most frequently enjoyed pastimes in America. If you're thinking the game is just for retirees, you're way off the mark. There are nearly 15,000 courses in the U.S. where you'll find players from almost every walk of life aiming for a hole in one.
Are you in the market for a new home? Maybe you’re getting the homeowner itch or you’re tired of flushing money down the toilet for rent? Regardless of your reasoning, you can secure a nice pad without breaking the bank.