Financial Cents: Posts About Saving

The Broke Person’s Guide to Getting Married

You want to start your marriage off on the right foot, and racking up thousands of dollars in debt on your wedding is ... the wrong foot.

Posted on: April 16, 2019

From Undergrad to New Grad: How to Start a Nest Egg

This is a two-step process. Step on is to set aside money regularly. Step two is to find places in your life where you can cut back or save money on interest.

Posted on: April 12, 2019

How to Save Money on Plane Tickets and Air Travel

Shopping around for cheap plane tickets is only step one as many discount flights have extra hidden costs that can jack up your total bill.

Posted on: April 10, 2019

Student Loans: To Pay or Just to Save

Paying off your student loans is good, but you don't want to pay them off so aggressively that you don't build up a nest egg.

Posted on: April 05, 2019

Need Money for Groceries? Here Are 5 Tips to Help You Out

If you're considering a short-term no credit check loan to help cover a grocery bill, make sure you check out all your other options first.

Posted on: April 04, 2019

Financial Basics: Saving

One of the first lessons of saving money is to make it a priority. Instead of saving what's left over from spending, spend what's left over after saving!

Posted on: April 03, 2019

How to Save Money on Baby Stuff

Babies are definitely expensive, but there are lots of high-priced items you might think you "need" for your kid that you can totally do without.

Posted on: March 29, 2019

How to Decorate Your Home for Cheap

Getting creative with paint, throw pillows, and curtains can help make your home feel brand new for relatively little cost.

Posted on: March 20, 2019

The Broke Person’s Guide to Spring Cleaning

When it comes to cleaning out your house without also cleaning out your bank account, a little bit of creativity and community spirit go a long way!

Posted on: March 13, 2019

How Can an Average Joe (or Jane) Reduce Their Tax Burden?

It's easy for rich folks and large corporations to reduce their tax burdens, but regular folks can do it too!

Posted on: March 11, 2019