Money Management App

Best Personal Finance Apps

In a recent study, 45% of Americans reported that their savings couldn’t cover three months’ living expenses. Further, 47% of Americans spend their entire paycheck or more every month. Are you struggling to grow your savings and stop living paycheck to paycheck? The right personal finance app can help you get organized and take control […]

Financial goals

What are your goals in life? Do you want to travel, go to college, start a family, retire at 40, build a business, or all of the above? Regardless of what your dreams are, reaching them usually requires careful planning and money. These five steps will help you set and achieve your financial goals. 1. […]

free personal finance courses

Financial literacy isn’t discussed much in school, and that’s because there’s no requirement for students to take personal finance classes or for schools to offer them. But when you graduate from high school or college and enter the real world, understanding how to manage money well is one of the most important skills you can […]

ShalomMama

Nina Nelson is a simple living author, expert, and consultant who’s mastered the art of saving money and living well with a large family. We had a chance to sit down with Nina and hear her suggestions on saving money, repurposing items, and living debt-free. Tell us a bit about yourself. Why did you decide […]

holly-johnson-expert-interview

Holly Johnson is a financial expert and award-winning writer who blogs at ClubThrifty.com and teaches others how to write online at EarnMoreWriting.com. Here she talks about her passion for frugality and offers her advice on smarter money management. Read on: Tell us about your sites ClubThrifty.com and EarnMoreWriting.com. When and why did you start your […]

Interview_Penny_Pinchin_Mom

Tracie Fobes is the owner of Penny Pinchin’ Mom, which shares tips to help people improve their life, help their family and manage their finances. SuperMoney recently interviewed Tracie Fobes here and asked her about the biggest money management lessons she’s learned along the way. Read on: Tell us about Penny Pinchin’ Mom. When and […]

Piggy Bank and Money

Budgets. We all have them. From every individual household to local municipalities, to state governments, to the federal government, decisions must be made as to how the money will be spent. While budgets may not be so exciting to talk about, they are necessary and must be dealt with—whether they have been balanced or not. So […]

Budgeting

Perhaps you are already very mindful when it comes to budgeting your money each month. Maybe you have already cut down unnecessary spending, such as eating out or grabbing a coffee on the way to work, or even dropped costly habits, like smoking. You may have already even made room in your budget to save […]

Home Repairs

It’s only been 50 years since the roles of men and women began to change. For centuries, women cared for children and household chores, while men were gainfully employed and took care of home repairs. Things have changed dramatically in the past 20 years. In 1999, DIY (Do It Yourself) appeared on Cable Networks encouraging […]

alternative retirement investments

Are you struggling to save for a rainy day? You are in good company. According to a 2015 survey by GoBankingRates, 49% of Americans had no savings, and only 29% had a $1,000 or more in their savings account, so if you’re one of the few who have managed to save $1,000 or more, congratulations. […]