Inflation is putting the pressure on family budget, and perhaps nowhere more than the food budget. How can folks put food on the table without sacrificing nutrition? Today.com offers some great tips. (Photo: Jack Sparrow, Pexels)
The 10-10-80 principle is a simple formula that can help many individuals and families achieve long-term financial stability. It’s relatively easy to understand and can help you get your finances in order. From Crosswalk.com.
Inflation is causing problems for everyone, especially retirees on fixed incomes or with limited investments. US News reports on strategies for retirees to handle their finances. (Photo: Pug50, Creative Commons)
The stock market has lots of people anxious about a possible recession on the horizon. To help you be in the best possible position if the economy tanks, Investopedia offers advice on five moves you should definitely avoid. (Photo: TheDave, Creative Commons)
It’s way too easy to get over your head in credit card debt. One stretch of careless spending or financial hardship can put you in a real crunch. What’s the way out of the hole? Experian looks at some of the best strategies. (Photo: (c) tanawatpontchour – Fotolia.com)
Many people who earn a good living are trapped in financial hell simply because they don’t know how to manage their money. It takes some effort and discipline, but financial freedom can be achieved, this resource from LifeWay says.
Household budgets across the nation are under stress from the double whammy of inflation and energy costs soaring as a result of the Ukranian war. It’s a huge and growing problem, but Good Housekeeping has tips how to cope. (Photo: anna shvets pexels.com)
Modern living presents us with a double whammy: We have incredibly complex lives and finances stretched to the brink. It doesn’t have to be this way. You can learn ways to simplify your life and in the process free up your finances. From the Christian Science Monitor. (Photo © rangizzz – Fotolia.com)
It’s never too early to get your financial ducks in a row for retirement. And the good news is it’s never too late to continue. This article from Today’s Christian Woman tells you how to prepare for retirement no matter what your age. (Photo: Pug50, Creative Commons)
When money comes your way, your first instinct on what to do with ittmay say a lot about your money personality. Are you a saver, spender, giver, or acquirer? Or some combination of them. Stewardship author and speaker Grace Duddy Pomroy explores this issue in her blog. (Photo: Steven DePolo, Creative Commons)