It is that time of year again, where we all come together to celebrate Christmas. Whether it is with family, office parties or Christmas Eve services at your local church, Christmas is a wonderful time of year. There are Christmas lights, pictures with Santa, long trips to see grandma and grandpa
We celebrate the end of another year and have anticipation of the year to come. With the anticipation comes the infamous New Year’s resolution (to improve our lives in one form or another). If you were to take a poll on the top ten New Year’s resolutions you will find going on a diet, quitting
Ten ways to get the most out of your money this holiday season!With “Black Friday” and “Cyber Monday” just around the corner, it is a reminder that the holiday season is upon us. Did you know that the average household spends between $400-$600 per year on Christmas? That average is down
Additional Expenses... Last month’s newsletter had information on how to prepare a monthly budget. Remember the four keys to a budget are 1) completing a budget monthly 2) income minus expenses equals zero 3) both spouses have input 4) agree on the budget and then you must actually do what is on
It is that time of year again. The annual back to school shopping season has begun and without warning, shopping for the kids can easily become a budget buster if you’re not careful. At Strong Tower Consulting, we took the time to research some practical back to school shopping tips.
“Both of us working together saved our finances and helped our marriage.” – Kevin & Becky Metzger, State Center, Iowa “When we first met with our financial coach we had roughly $8,300 in debt, in ninety days we became debt free and saved six months worth of expenses in a fully funded emergency