The following is a guest post.
Whether you’re saving for a specific purchase, such as putting down the deposit on a house, or simply taking precautions and putting money aside for a rainy day, saving can help you achieve your goals and give you the financial nest egg you deserve.
Very few of [CLICK TO CONTINUE...]
Handling money in relationships is so tricky – money issues are one of the leading causes of divorces, and yet all too frequently, a completely neglected topic of discussion in relationships until there is a tangible, major problem. But this post isn’t a soapbox on communicating in relationships about money, it’s about what [CLICK TO CONTINUE...]
To tell you the truth, I have not dated much in my life. The rule growing up was that I was not allowed to date until I was 16, but by that time I was living with a foster family who wouldn’t allow me to date, period, because they wanted me to marry [CLICK TO CONTINUE...]
Bargaineering contributor Claes Bell recently explored this question in a post called Your Take: Could You Live On Food Stamps?
Claes linked to a report at CBS News which stated that benefits were being reduced:
[On Friday, November 1st, ] “…Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program, or SNAP, benefits are set to fall for more than [CLICK TO CONTINUE...]