The art of budgeting can have ups and downs because our spending is not always the same each month. Learn how to be flexible, adjust to overspending and hold yourself accountable to stay on track. Plus, get tips on how to update your budget to rebuild your emergency savings after the unexpected happens.
With a little planning, you may be able to actually save a little money during the holidays. Check out these tips to keep costs down without missing out on the holiday fun.
In this episode of Money Smarts, a podcast of Summit Credit Union, we're talking with a financial coach who's helped Project Money teams go from living paycheck to paycheck or feeling stressed about money to living their goals and dreams within a year.
Minimalism, tidying, decluttering – whatever you want to call it – is the latest trend that’s focused on living your life with intention. Balancing spending and saving can be tricky. Find out how embracing a minimalist mindset can help you make better choices with your money.
New year, new you? Sounds great in theory, but it can be tough to make it happen. The truth is, there’s no simple solution that will magically change your life, but you can take small steps every day to work toward your goals – personally, professionally AND financially.
Wondering how to achieve your financial goals this year? Here are a few tips to get on track for the best year yet.
Okay, savvy savers, this month, we’re featuring a Q&A from our very own CEO and President Kim Sponem! This month, Kim is talking about budgeting, providing her expertise and general know-how after leading Summit for nearly 20 years.
Keep reading to get some lessons from our leader to help you move forward on your path to owning it!