Stay the Course Financially

Prairie Eco-Thrifter

’ While there is some macro economic sense in consumer spending causing an impact on the country’s growth, it doesn’t necessarily play well at the individual consumer finance level. ” Spending is up, but saving isn’t, according to the Bureau of Economic Analysis April 2016 news release, “Personal saving — DPI [disposable personal income] less personal outlays — was $751.1


Frugal decisions.

Finally Frugal

economic news is this tax cut that will (hopefully) leave an additional $50 to $85 dollars in our paychecks next year. This may be especially useful for those of us who - whether currently or in our spendthrift past - may be likely to fritter that money away as soon as it shows up in our paychecks. before my spendthrift side can get its grubby paws on it. One of the more interesting topics in the U.S.