Pottery Barn is best known for its upscale products and stunning floor displays. But you don’t have to pay full price just because a store is stylish. Many money-saving Pottery Barn hacks can help you make your next home furnishings upgrade affordable without sacrificing quality.
Not every parent has the means to help cover the cost of their child’s education. But for those who do, it’s never too early — or too late — to start. Investing in a 529 college savings plan is one of the most efficient ways to save for your kid’s college costs. Learn more about 529 plans here.
An engagement ring for your partner is one of the biggest purchases you’ll ever make — and definitely one of the most stressful, especially if you’re tight on cash. Fortunately, when it comes to ring shopping, there are several ways to reconcile big dreams with a less sizable budget.
There are several ways to save for education. People often think of 529 plans when it comes to saving for college, but you can also use UTMA and UGMA accounts. Each account has different benefits and drawbacks. Before choosing, learn more about how these accounts work and what features they offer.
Whether you’re tackling a major renovation or a small DIY project, The Home Depot has you covered. And there are tons of coupons, deals, and programs to help you save money at America’s largest home improvement superstore. Use these Home Depot hacks to slash your expenses on everything from paint to plants to lumber.
Most of us know having kids comes with extra costs, such as clothing, food, and possibly college tuition. But kids require more than just food and clothes. There are hidden costs of raising a child many parents-to-be overlook. Here are some common expenses you should be sure to take into account.
A driver’s license is a rite of passage. But it comes with cringeworthy moments most parents don’t want to think about. So deciding whether your teen should have their own vehicle and whether it should be new or used is a big decision. But it’s not impossible to make if you consider all the facts.
Opening a bank account for your kids and becoming a joint account holder is a great way to teach kids basic money management skills like budgeting, saving, and setting long-term financial goals. We round up the best checking and savings accounts for kids under age 18.
Spring is the perfect time of year for outdoor activities. Not too cold, not too hot, and in many cases not yet crowded with summer travelers. Whether you’re looking for something to do solo, with your significant other, or with friends or family, there’s something for everyone.
Minor efficiency upgrades are a fast, easy, and effective way to save money on utilities. But they don't permanently improve your home's ability to retain warm or cool air. Fortunately, these government tax credits and incentives can offset the cost of residential green energy projects.
Few things make it easier to let go of possessions than knowing they’re going to a worthy cause. But to maximize the good your stuff can do, you have to know the best places to donate different types of merchandise. These charities have different niches, but they all allow you to help those in need.
Living with other adults isn’t easy. There are plenty of money problems that can ruin a roommate relationship, from arguments over who owes what to confusion over how to split groceries. If you want smooth financial sailing with your housemates, follow these simple dos and don’ts.