May 13 is a very special day for all of us as it’s the one day we get to cherish and celebrate our moms. If possible, start saving for the mother’s day gift to avoid finding yourself in a horrible situation where you have scarce and limited funds to even afford the simplest gifts. You’ll find this informative piece to be a true lifesaver as it talks about a brilliant financial solution for those in dire need. (more…)
Looking to cut corners on your wedding budget but not look cheap? There are all kinds of sneaky ways to save money that no one, not even your nit-picky grandmother will notice. Likewise, there are certain things that are worth spending money on that you don’t want to forsake on your special day. When it comes to wedding planning, it’s easy to go over budget and dividing the needs from the wants is key. (more…)
It has taken 3 decades to have new tax reforms, and finally, it’s here with us. The largest tax reforms legislation will definitely affect taxpayers in so many ways. The effects will, however, be evident in 2019 since in 2018 people will be filing their 2017 returns. Most of us are probably wondering how these tax reforms will impact us. But don’t worry since we have covered some major tax provisions and how they will affect you: (more…)
2018 is here with us, and as always, many of us have New Year’s resolutions we want to accomplish before the year ends. Starting in January, most of these resolutions are put into action, but come March, we have given up on most of them and only a few can survive until the end of the year. Most of our resolutions don’t go through because they are too unrealistic or too broad. Money saving is always top on everyone’s resolutions list. Whether you are doing it to get out of debt or to build up some cash for leisure and emergencies, you need to split your goals into smaller achievable bits. You can do so by doing some money challenges. They involve saving a specific amount of cash daily, weekly, monthly, or quarterly. If it’s been hard for you to achieve your saving goals, here are some of the money challenges you can try this year:
Did you know that the most significant St. Patrick’s Day celebration was held in the United States and not Ireland in 1762? Since then, March 17 was set aside to honor and celebrate Irish-American culture in the U.S. The celebrations mostly focus on Irish themed food, drinks, and dressing. If this day finds you in Utah, these are fantastic places to commemorate Irish heritage and things to do.