Have you ever struggled with splitting bills for utilities, rent, groceries, meals out, or any other? Sometimes using your credit cards each time there’s a petty bill to the foot can be time-consuming and frustrating for both of you. However, there’s a lovely solution to this. Using Venmo makes paying your partner or friend back
Do you often feel like your paycheck is already spent before you even receive it? If you’ve felt this way recently, you’re not alone. Between housing, food, and utility bills, it can feel overwhelming to financially keep up. Sometimes we can’t help but ask ourselves at the end of each month: where has all my
Improve your credit score in 30 days…sounds a little bit like mission impossible, doesn’t it? If you’ve had credit lines open for years, it might seem unrealistic to boost your credit score in just one month. But we’re here to let you know that you can do it! With a little bit of effort, you
So, you’re getting to that important, exciting, yet anxiety-inducing stage in your life. You, and possibly your significant other, are looking for a new place to stay. You’ve saved up a bit of cash, and now it’s time to weigh your options. But, what should you do? Rent an apartment, or buy a home? If this very question keeps
So, picture this. It’s the first of the month. That dreaded stack of bills arrives in your mailbox. You go into your house, rip open the electric bill, and almost pass out from what you see. Another electric bill this high…again? You told your significant other to turn off the lights before leaving the house.
Does it feel like every time you go out to buy groceries, the bill always comes out way higher than you expected? If this sounds a lot like you and/or your partner, don’t worry, we’re here to help! Get ready to say goodbye to the days of being surprised at the cash register and cut
The honeymoon stage is over. And now, you’re back to reality. Both of you has to pay the bills insurance etc. We get it, it’s hard! Here are 3 Simple tips to manage finances in Marriage. TIP #1 COMMUNICATE WITH YOUR PARTNER Like all good things in marriage, financial bliss will stem from having a
Joint Bank Accounts: I do or I don’t? So you’ve already said “I do” to your partner. Now, both of you are making plans for the next 5 years of your life. Eventually, you see yourself asking this BIG Question: “Should couples have a joint or separate bank account?” Our answer is YES…and NO…to both.