It’s that time of year where soon-to-be college graduates are trying to land his or her first “real job.” However, before that job begins, you have to get through the interview. Bob Mahoney, President and CEO of Belmont Savings Bank, offers his interviewing tips in this 3-part Mahoney Money Minute. This first segment is Narrowing… Read the Rest »
Everyone knows that saving for retirement is a good idea because you want to be able to retire on time and with enough money to live comfortably. However, not everyone actually does it or goes about it the right way. These are five mistakes that you could be making when saving for retirement. Throwing Away… Read the Rest »
Putting together a wedding can be a stressful time for everyone involved. Not only do you have to worry about pulling together guests and vendors from all over the country to create the perfect day, but you also have to manage a budget that you have set for yourself. Everyone would like a million dollar… Read the Rest »
With the evolution of the Internet, cyber criminals are always on the hunt to steal personal information for their benefit. As a matter of fact, every three seconds someone’s online information is stolen. There are a number of effective strategies to protect yourself against online identity theft. Social Media Sites With social media platforms like… Read the Rest »
We all know a few tricks with regard to getting a deal on a flight(s). For example, most experienced flyers know that tickets are expensive around the holidays and that being willing to fly on a Tuesday, Wednesday or Thursday can save a noticeable amount of money. However, there are other tricks of the trade… Read the Rest »
As more and more people routinely use credit cards, debit cards and other forms of electronic payment for everyday monetary needs, paper cash is becoming less and less of a necessity. Why would you bother to find exact change in line at the coffee shop and hold up all other patrons in the process when… Read the Rest »
When people save money, part of the reason that they do so is so that they have funds available for a “rainy day” in the event that they really need them. Nobody likes living paycheck to paycheck and there’s a certain level of comfort that goes along with knowing you’ve got an emergency fund available… Read the Rest »
Bob Mahoney discusses the steps of budgeting with colleague Katie Conachy in this Mahoney Money Minute video.
Bob Mahoney discusses saving for yourself and your family with colleague Shirley Duggan in this Mahoney Money Minute video.
Bob Mahoney discusses with colleague Kayla Murphy how to avoid unnecessary fees with airlines, credit reporting sites and more in this Mahoney Money Minute video.