Monthly Archives: June 2017

This Company Gives Employees $1000 for Emergency Funds, Plus a Day Off to Fix Their Finances – Money Magazine


Money Magazine
This Company Gives Employees $1000 for Emergency Funds, Plus a Day Off to Fix Their Finances
Money Magazine
According to a survey of participants, the percentage of employees living on a budget increased from 43% to 87%; workers with emergency savings increased from 68% to 98%; and worker retirement contributions increased by 35%. One of the program's …

Excellent tips for living on a budget in retirement – Starts at 60


Starts at 60
Excellent tips for living on a budget in retirement
Starts at 60
I've always had to live on a budget, some times more strictly than at other times. Probably most of us have, and as I had to leave work a bit earlier than I thought I would, I've really had to work out how I can live well on a lot less than my usual

New York rent comparisons: What $3000/month gets you right now – Curbed NY

New York rent comparisons: What $3000/month gets you right now
Curbed NY
Another three-bedroom, this time in Bed-Stuy, offers “brownstone living on a budget,” per the brokerbabble. The $3,000/month home has a tiny kitchen just off its modest living room. There's also a decorative fireplace, hardwood floors, and plenty of

Healthy college living on a budget: Tips that won’t break the bank! – The Signal


The Signal
Healthy college living on a budget: Tips that won't break the bank!
The Signal
Initially, hearing the word “healthy” or terms like “staying fit” can be scary for many people, including busy, stressed out college students. However, it is important to keep in mind that having a piece of fruit won't be the end of frugality. There

OU MoneyCoach program personalizes financial help – Norman Transcript


Norman Transcript
OU MoneyCoach program personalizes financial help
Norman Transcript
This includes topics like creating and living on a budget, how to build credit and what goes into a credit score. “We want to help students at OU, but we also want to prepare them to be citizens of the world,” Hockett said. “They're going to be dealing