Life is full of curveballs. Babies are born, jobs are lost, and accidents happen. Often times these kinds of events come with a large price tag, which is why it’s important to have an emergency fund.
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When you pay for gas at the pump, use an ATM, or hand your payment card off to a waiter at a restaurant, you usually don’t think twice about security—but maybe you should.
How specific is your personal budget? Do you know how much you spend and what you buy every month?
You probably think that a penny isn’t much. But did you know that a one-cent increase in the price of gasoline takes $1 billion out of American’s pockets?
Since the President has declared April as Financial Literacy Month, we’re taking the time to learn more about how to make the most of our money. Creating a budget that allows you put aside some of your income into a savings account is a great step towards improving your financial independence.
It’s easy and convenient to have money magically leave your card in an instant, but do we really know what happens behind the scenes?
Check out this video to see the cycle of communication that occurs between banks and shops when a credit or debit card is swiped.
Everybody loves money, especially Uncle Sam. And guess what? His birthday is around the corner, so that means it’s time to work on your taxes.