If you’re like most Americans, you owe money toward a large loan. Did you know there are simple, but brilliant, tricks you can employ to lighten the load?Read More
Any decision surrounding a purchase as large as a car needs to be made with careful research and consideration. There are pros and cons on both sides of the fence here.Read More
Say your washing machine decides to suddenly quit on you and needs replacing. You’re now looking at an extra expense that can run anywhere from $350-$850 (or more). Where are you going to get that kind of money in a pinch?Read More
Many people overspend and rack up thousands of dollars in credit card debt to live a lifestyle they believe will make them happy, only to discover they are living beyond their means. This, in turn, adds stress and worry … causing unhappiness.Read More
Shopping for a new home can be an exciting blur of listings, neighborhood scouting and open houses. There’s so much to consider! You want a house in the perfect neighborhood with that gorgeous kitchen and great yard, all within your budget. And then, it all finally comes together and you think you’ve found your dream…Read More
Even after adjusting for inflation, today’s dollar buys much less than it did 50 or 25 years ago. For example, a gallon of gas in 1994 cost just $1.06. In late 2018, the average price for a gallon of gas was $2.88, a full 75% higher than it would be if only adjusted for inflation.Read More
Want to make 2019 the year you finally get debt-free?
Look no further than your computer screen! With nothing but internet access and a modest investment of your time, you can give your budget that extra padding it needs and get a head start on saving for a larger goal.
While New Year’s resolutions often don’t last, this is a great time to be thinking about goals. Specifically, financial goals.Read More