Whether you’re in need of money for something specific or want to save for a rainy day, there are many ways to make some extra cash. Here are 7 ways to make extra money so you can meet your financial goals. Continue reading…
Welcome to our fourth round of Money Saving Tips, a weekly roundup of helpful articles related to saving money, personal finance and frugal living. Check back in with BillCutterz, experts at saving you money for more money saving articles.
5 Ways to Reduce Next Year’s Tax Bill Right Now
We’ve got a couple months left in 2013 – take advantage of these ways to reduce your tax bill
Secrets to Making the Most of Your Wedding Budget
Find out these secrets to stretch your wedding budget and save big on your big day
Money 101: 27 Financial Tips to Live By
Check out these great financial tips
20 Secrets of Last-Minute Travel
Traveling last minute can sometimes save you money, if you know the right tricks
How I’m Changing My Relationship with Money
An interesting article about changing the way you think about money
It seems the biggest stress plaguing young people is money. Whether it’s not having enough of it, spending too much of it, or being unsure of how to manage it, money is at the top of everyone’s mind as they set out into the real world. For most young professionals, now is the first time there has been a steady flow of money, and it’s hard to decide exactly how to manage it, while living the lifestyle they want.
It’s an intimidating concept and will probably take years to fully master. The good news is that you don’t have to have a fancy degree or a specialized background to manage your money effectively. You don’t have to have a huge budget to need to know how to manage it, either. Here are a few budgeting tips for young professionals.
Credit cards aren’t always associated with saving money, but if you’re savvy about using your credit, you can actually use them to your advantage. Here are some tips to help you save money with credit cards. Continue reading…
Early September is one of my favorite times of the year because I love back to school shopping. I can feel the freshly sharpened pencils and the crisp, clean notebooks that are just waiting to be filled with knowledge. While I love shopping for school supplies, I don’t always like the part where I spend a small fortune. Luckily, BillCutterz has us covered with these best ways to save on back to school. Continue reading…