Monthly Archives: March 2018

Don’t trust family members with your credit card

Did you know that: Half of current or former credit card holders allowed someone else to use their card. Overspending was the most common problem reported by those who let others borrow their cards. Half of cardholders would permit an immediate family member to charge more than $100 on their card. Here’s a test of […]

How we save money on summer camp programs

Believe it or not, summer vacation is not that far away. Finding a way to save money on summer camp for your children can be a daunting task. If you don’t have friends or family to help supervise your children, summer fun for kids can put a big dent in your budget. If your child […]

Identity Theft

Someone gets your personal information and runs up bills in your name. They might use your Social Security or Medicare number, your credit card, or your medical insurance — along with your good name. How would you know? You could get bills for things you didn’t buy or services you didn’t get. Your bank account […]