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Winter feels like it has gone on forever, I’m ready for a little break. Are you feeling the same way? It happens that Spring Break is right around the corner (technically it doesn’t exist in the corporate world). Still everybody… Continue reading
One of the things that I’ve always done to manage my finances is now being built as a tool for all Wells Fargo customers, and you have a chance to try it out and influence its final design. The Cash… Continue reading
Getting money for graduation has become almost as much of a tradition as the cap and gown. I know I usually give money as a graduation gift—no shopping, no receipt, and sure to bring a smile. If you got a… Continue reading
Summer employment is a great way to boost your savings and/or build an emergency fund. While temptation exists to spend your summer earnings, saving as much money as possible will give you greater comfort and allow you to plan for… Continue reading
High school graduation is almost here, and May can be the world’s busiest month for you seniors, but I have to ask—do you have a plan for after graduation? You know, something to keep you organized so you’re fully prepared… Continue reading
Some of the most important lessons I learned during college happened outside of classrooms or lecture halls. Like, learning to keep track of my spending and pay monthly bills on time! And sometimes I had to learn the hard way… Continue reading
When I was in college, I remember having to plan twice as hard just to be able to buy a thing or two during the semester. Now that I’m a grown-up (yes, it’s true!) the responsibilities and bills just seem… Continue reading
This is the perfect week to think about savings. It’s America Saves Week! Truth of the matter is that when it comes to retirement and emergency savings many Americans aren’t saving enough. Present blogger included. Want some more savings truths?… Continue reading