The sunny days of summer may be in the past, but that doesn’t mean the fun has to stop. There’s still plenty of time left to enjoy fun events with your family before the chill of winter sets in. Depending on your climate, the breezy fall days may be even more enjoyable than those of the humid, sticky summer. If you’re looking for some penny-wise entertainment this fall, check out some of these frugal fall activities.
Halloween costumes can provoke mixed emotions. On the one hand, they're lots of fun and provide a great opportunity for creativity. On the other, figuring out and finding the right one can be difficult, especially if cost is an issue.
Every time I go to the grocery store, I'm reminded of a fact that drives me crazy. The juices loaded down with extra sugar are much cheaper than the 100% juice options I prefer. I want to save money on groceries, but not at the expense of eating healthy.
As we ease into fall, hunters are getting out their bright orange gear and camouflaged blinds to start tracking deer, elk, and waterfowl. When you look at the habits of good hunters, their cautious, conservation-minded approach can teach us a lot about paying down debt and not overspending.
One of the most important features for the financially conscious to consider when choosing a bank account is the interest rate. For all its importance, understanding which accounts offer the best interest rates can actually be pretty confusing. It's not just about the numbers – confusing terms like APY and APR make it clear there's more to it than just a percentage number.
You might have been hesitant about ditching cable, but after seeing how much money you’ve saved, you realized it’s one the best things you’ve done for your budget, right? Then football season arrived; now you’re missing the easy access to the pro and collegiate games you want to watch. Fortunately, we have some creative fan-tested solutions to help you get your game-day fix.
If you care about financial literacy and personal finance — good for you! You're already on the right track. Improving your money smarts can only work in your favor. But if you think learning about financial literacy can’t be fun, and that all personal finance blogs are stuffy and aimed at your elders, think again.
Why have a common savings account when you can an Honor Bank free* Kasasa Saver account? That’s what Becky and Raymond wanted to know. They had a typical savings account and wanted to know more about other options. For them it’s Kasasa Saver.
Between vacations and sunny day activities, there’s never a dull moment in the summer. And all those fun times often cause you to stray from your regular routine — and sometimes your budget. After all, extra fun often comes with extra expenses.