I am frequently asked for suggestions on saving money over the holidays, so I thought I’d share some ideas that have helped me.
Ally Bank published the results of their recent online survey (1,025 adults over 25) on savings and happiness, and –surprise! — they found that happiness correlates directly with the amount of money a person has saved. More specifically, 57% of people with over $100,000 saved are happy, vs. 34% of those with less than $20,000.
1 thing 2 do.
It’s easier to spend $100 than to get $100. How did you get your last hundred dollars back, Rebecca Rindler?
In the Washington Post, Joe Heim, a father of a six-year-old son and a four-year-old daughter discusses a thing a lot of parents go through: Wanting to save for his kids’ college educations, but not actually saving for his kids’ college educations.