Venmo…Square Cash…Popmoney…These are popular services that help you do things like split a restaurant check with friends, or divide utilities or rent charges with roommates. With just a few taps on your smartphone or computer, many consumers have embraced the speed and convenience of these services to make casual payments. But how secure are they?
It’s back to school buying time and with it comes the prospect of a considerable hit to the wallets of parents across the country. Financial advisory firm Deloitte found in a recent survey that American parents will spend an average of $501 per child on back to school shopping.
Being stuck living paycheck to paycheck can take its toll. You know you have expenses to pay, but just having some cash left over at the end of the month would be nice. I learned a while back, this is no way to live.
When you leave a job or retire, you often have to decide what to do with the money you’ve saved in your 401(k) or Thrift Savings Plan (TSP).