So we are officially into December. That means we are only weeks away until the big guy in the red suit visits. Here are some tips on keeping your holiday shopping on budget.
All of your gifts and bags are packed – time to see your family for the holidays. With that comes the difficult question – how am I going to pay for this? If you’re on a tight budget because of your holiday spending, we’re here to help. Here are six tips to help you save on holiday travel.
Oh the age old question that I find many of my friends asking – how much should I spend on an engagement ring? This is a surprisingly tough and often taboo topic to discuss. Many couples do not share those details once they’re engaged, so an average amongst friends is often unknown.
With the holiday season approaching, this is the perfect time to review your budget and plan. If you’re like me, making a Christmas list can be daunting. I started with my usual list (parents, siblings, significant other and friends), but then I started to wonder – should I get a gift for Susan at work? Suddenly, my list had many more people on it then I ever expected. Not to worry, today I am here to share some of my favourite ways to save during the holiday season.
Since its Small Business Week, I wanted to review some of the benefits of shopping local and how it can save you money in the long run. I love to shop and bank local because it helps my community thrive. I receive a personalized experience, and on many occasions, the prices are much more budget friendly. Here are some of my favourite reasons why I love to shop and bank local.
Welcome back to Money On Trees. Today, we are going to discuss one of my favourite topics when it comes to finances: saving. I’ve always believed that saving is something that can be achieve through practice. We discuss it in every Money On Trees seminars and our attendees often forget to include it in their budget. Today, I am going to share some of those tips from our seminar in hopes that it will help you reach your savings goals.