For most people, reliable transportation is about as important as food and shelter. Unless public transportation is really convenient from your home and work, or these two places are really close together, it would be difficult to live without a vehicle of your own.
While you don’t have to be a mathematical genius to manage your personal finances effectively, it certainly doesn’t hurt. You can’t really discuss money management without referring to the numbers to some degree.
If both husband and wife work, most couples find it easier to have a joint household account for routine expenses and a separate personal account for each partner.
The first major purchase most of us make is a car. It is usually a necessity, often a source of pride, and sometimes an object of affection.
Wouldn’t it be great if all the companies you did business with as a consumer were to drastically cut their prices, and completely forgo their profits? Imagine how much money you’d save buying a car.
As we approach the summer months, pretty soon we’ll all be planning for the Big Three summer holiday weekends: Memorial Day, Fourth of July, and Labor Day.
The companies trying to get your business are in fierce competition with each other. Think about all the junk mail you receive every day. If you’re like most people, you’ve gotten to the point that you throw most of it away without looking at it.