If you’re like most Americans, you’ve already started thinking about summer travel and might even be heading out of town for spring break. Unless you’ve hit it big in the lottery, chances are you might spend more than you want to once you hit the road.
Did you know there might be a way to increase your paycheck? It involves stopping something called wage theft.
Many adults prepare for their senior years by putting aside money in 401(k) accounts or various retirement plans. They may also diet and exercise regularly and, with their physician’s help, keep a watchful eye on their health. They may do all of these things and feel confident about their futures, but, occasionally, they are haunted by a question: Who will take care of me, if I need it?
What gift do you give when you don’t know what to buy? Lots of people purchase gift cards. While these cards can provide a welcome solution to holiday season dilemmas, there are a number of rules you have to follow to make sure you get your money’s worth. Many of these rules relate to how fast you have to use the card and if the merchant can charge a fee against the card balance.