1. How to Develop a Household Budget for the New Year

    Man calculating expenses, creating budgetIf you’re like many people, you probably start off the New Year with the best of intentions and set resolutions for yourself. Perhaps you want to eat healthier foods or work out more often, or you want to get a handle on your household spending. If the latter describes you, you are not alone.

    According to Statistic Brain Research Institute, 34 percent of Americans who made a resolution in 2015 had one that was money-related. In fact, spending less and saving more was ranked as the third most popular resolution of 2015.

    A great way to take control of your expenses is to create a household budget. Developing a budget is easier than you might think. You don’t have to be a financial expert.

    Here are three simple ways to track your spending and gain control of your household budget.

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  2. Thanksgiving Recovery Tips

    Whether you’re recovering from your Thanksgiving Day celebration by entertaining, sleeping or shopping, here are some tips to help you have a smooth and healthy recovery:

    Thanksgiving recovery tips

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  3. DIY Family Photos Made Easy

    Here are some popular photo tips for preparing and capturing fun family moments and other special events this holiday season:

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  4. Do I Need Life Insurance? If so, How Much?

    cute baby asking a questionLife insurance provides security and greater peace of mind to you and your family, helping to ensure that your family is taken care of should the unexpected happen. Before you estimate how much life insurance you may need, you need to determine why you are interested in life insurance and whether or not life insurance is the right kind of protection for you and your loved ones.

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  5. Going Green for the Holidays

    pinecone used as holiday decorationThere’s never a better time to start teaching children about going green than during the holidays. You’ve probably already discussed with your kids some of the basic ways to be environmentally friendly, such as recycling glass and paper.

     

     

     

    Here are some more ways toward a greener holiday season for you and your family to try:

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