Yes, weddings can be extremely expensive (see our bride and groom tips here). But believe it or not, wedding season can also cost guests a lot. In fact, guests typically spend anywhere from $300 to over $1,000 per wedding. Now multiply that a few times across wedding season and you’ve got yourself a seriously expensive… Read More


With the wedding season right around the corner, we can smell love in the air and also hear the cries of grooms and brides as they evaluate their wedding budget. Who wouldn’t shed a few tears when the average wedding is nearly $35,000 — more than half the median annual household income ($55,000)? And results in… Read More


If you’re one of the estimated 4 million students who graduated last May, you may be experiencing some not-so-fun, post-graduation consequences. For instance, 51 percent of college graduates owe about $13,000 in debt, and that’s not including student loans. We want you to be the exception, so we’ve devised a list of seven costly mistakes… Read More


Saving money is a key way to fund major spending without going into debt. But if you find hanging on to cash challenging, we got you covered. Here are seven easy ways to making saving money easier. 1. Cut energy waste Unplugging electronics before bed is one simple way to save money. Televisions, computers and… Read More


This week we’re offering tips on how to save at the grocery store, take advantage of low gas prices, and invest your tax refund. Here’s what you need to know: Saving at the grocery store: Even if you’re a coupon clipper, a trip to the supermarket can take a bite out of your budget. WiseBread… Read More