Make Tax Time Simple

Four ways to make tax season less stressful. There are many times during the year that can induce stress in people’s lives. The holiday season. The weeks leading up to a child’s birthday. An important work deadline. But a day … Continued

How to Trim Your Household Food Budget

Some simple changes can help you save big bucks. Get ready for another year of rising food costs. Due to weather and drought, food prices are expected to rise by up to 3.5% in 2014, according to the U.S. Department … Continued

Stay Alert! The Dangers of Drowsy Driving

Drowsy driving is a risky—and possibly fatal—behavior. Find out how to stay sharp behind the wheel. So you think driving while drowsy is “no big deal?” Think again. While it doesn’t claim the same degree of notoriety as driving under … Continued

Raise a Financially Literate Child

Teaching your kids to make smart money decisions should start early. Ever wish your parents had taught you more about money? Your children just might feel the same way. Surveys show that while many children are eager to know how … Continued

The 5 Biggest Car Maintenance Myths

Find out which car “truths” are anything but – and how to avoid them. Here at Nationwide, we like to dispel various myths out there about automotive care. So here are five car maintenance myths, which may result in paying … Continued

Home Safe Home

Protect you and your family from these common accidents. While you might think your home is the safest place for you, accidents still occur. According to a study from the American Journal of Preventive Medicine, more than 30,000 people die … Continued

Shop Like a Pro

Save money on clothes by using professional shopper strategies. According to the Bureau of Economic Analysis, Americans spend, on average, $121 per month for new clothes. Over a year, that adds up to approximately $1,500, and families with children can … Continued

Teaching Your Teen to Drive

Learn the keys to raising a responsible driver. All parents feel at least some sense of concern when their teenagers start to drive. And there’s a valid reason for that: Teens account for three times more fatal crashes per mile … Continued

Save Money on Kids Sports

How to stay in the game without going broke. When your son or daughter begins playing a sport for the first time, there are many things that might make you nervous. How to explain sportsmanship? What if he or she … Continued