Shortly after the stay-at-home order went into effect, my husband was suddenly out of a job. We went from being a dual-income household, bringing in more than enough to cover our monthly expenses, to struggling to figure out where our money should go. Times have changed our situation quite quickly, and with the pandemic at […] The post How My Partner And I Are Making Ends Meet On a Single Income appeared first on The Financial Diet.
There are two big unknowns in all of our lives right now: What’s going to happen with the COVID-19 pandemic, and what it will mean for the economy. If we enter a post-pandemic recession (or are already in a mid-pandemic recession), what will that mean for our jobs and livelihoods—and what should we be doing financially to prepare?
Welcome to TNW Basics, a collection of tips, guides, and advice on how to easily get the most out of your gadgets, apps, and other stuff. From your weight to your money, there’s a tracking app for everything nowadays. Sure, they can make our lives more convenient, and they give us a sense of control, but just the fact that they exist doesn’t mean we should actually use them. In fact, some are simply abusing our laziness to gather personal information for commercial purposes. Recently, millennials have been bombarded with a slew of new personal finance apps. It seems as… This story continues at The Next WebOr just read more coverage about: Google