Moving, whether its just across town, to a new city or even to a different country altogether, its an exciting time. It’s also one of the most stressful things we can experience. There are so many things to consider, choosing a house, visiting schools, booking a moving company, arranging for passports and visas, changing addresses on all your mail… this list just seems to go on and on, there are so many balls to keep in the air. Moving can also be a very expensive, here are 6 ways to help you prepare financially.
The first official day of summer has come and gone, and we’ve been having the weather to vouch for it! I’ve always preferred being hot to being cold, so I’ve never been one to complain, but having a little one at home who’s clearly uncomfortable has made us rethink our home cooling situation a bit.
It can be both rough and rewarding to be in a family where a spouse is deployed overseas with the military. There are so many sources of stress that you shouldn’t let your personal finances be one of them.
People keep referencing the kitchen table budgeting that our country needs to do to stop deficit spending. In that vein, I decided to see what the Federal budget that was just passed would look like in BudgetSimple:
Welcome! So you probably ended up here because you were looking for a free online budget. Congratulations, you have found one, but now what?