Whether it’s having too little or too much, cynical or celebratory, money is always giving us reason to sing. And seeing as Trim is an app that helps people with everyday financial matters, not romance, we figured we’d make a list of the greatest songs ever written about money.
Summer’s great for vacation and time off, but fall offers plenty of opportunities for anyone who wants to have a fair share of fun without breaking the bank–from classic festivities like fall harvests to more laid-back activities like hiking, there’s no shortage of ways to amuse yourself. Here’s a quick list of cheap (or free!) fall activities for families.
With the new school year right around the corner, the time for back-to-school shopping is once again upon us. Here’s a quick guide on how to save money when embarking on this seasonal shopping spree
After working full-time for months (even years) without a well-earned break, it’s essential that we take a few days to step back and decompress. But sometimes, the prospect of actually going somewhere for a proper vacation seems financially impossible: airfare, lodging and food for a mere week out of town can add up quickly.
Camping trips are the most affordable way to take a vacation. Here are a few tips for keeping costs low if you’re planning on spending some time in the great outdoors this summer.
Even if you’re not a bridesmaid or groomsman, attending a wedding is almost never cheap: we’re expected to purchase gifts, get ourselves to the celebration and find a place to stay, all while dressing to the nines. But if a busy wedding season and the pretty penny it might cost are keeping you up at night, there are a few tricks to contain costs and allay your fears.
With July 4th right around the corner, a lot of us are planning to celebrate the anniversary of American independence by having over friends and family for a party. Whether it’s a yearly tradition or your first time hosting, here are some easy ways to make sure that your Independence Day extravaganza is both fun and affordable.
Graduating from college is a big step in your life. Unfortunately, it’s also a time when many new grads make some pretty big financial missteps. Here are seven of the most common to avoid:
For many of us, spring cleaning is intimidating, either because it’s costly or takes up too much time. But cleaning and re-organizing your home can go a long way towards revitalizing both your domestic life and your savings. Here are a few quick, simple tips for saving and even making money when embarking on this seasonal adventure:
If you’re having a tough time-saving money despite putting your best foot forward, it might be time to reevaluate your day-to-day lifestyle choices. Some habits–like buying lunch instead of making one before going to work–might cost very little on an individual basis, but will add up over time, and can cost you up to thousands of dollars over the course of a year.