Lotteries are not a financial service, even though a certain on-line deal company seems to think that might be the case. Lotteries are also not a retirement plan, in case you were curious.
How much money is there in in-app purchases in on-line games? More than you think that is for sure. Do you know what your kids can spend?
The Big Cajun Man received a Fitbit as a Christmas gift, a device that tracks physical exercise and heart rate. This prompted the idea of a “Financial Fitbit” that could monitor spending and financial activities in a similar way. The Financial Fitbit would have features such as:
Real-time spending tracking for all types of expenditures, including cash, credit cards, and debit transactions.
The ability to set spending limits for the day to prevent overspending.
Direct data downloads into popular financial tracking systems like Quicken or Mint.
The possibility of integrating these features into smartphones or touch payment capabilities, making them more accessible.
The author also considers the idea of competitive groups using the Financial Fitbit, similar to Fitbit’s activity tracking groups, but humorously suggests that it might lead to a competition of “Who is the cheapest?” among friends.
Is there a good way to deal with a pay raise ? Here are 5 ways to use your pay raise in the best manner for you and your family.
Fairly easy perspective on the best way to save your money, but I won’t put any spoilers out here. Here is a hint, what happens if you leave it alone?