My next debt payoff story is with Tanielle Price from Your Fresh Start Financial. She and her husband paid off $72,000 in just 18 months! That's incredible! Here's how they did it... Brief history, background information, marital status, children?, age, highest grade completed, if went to school ... Read More about How We Paid Off $72,000 in 18 Months!
This post is a guest post from Chrissy at A Plan to Prosper. Did you know that credit cards are considered one of the most common and widely used financial products in America today? According to a market report from the Bureau of Consumer Financial Protection, about 170 million Americans ... Read More about 3 Simple Steps to Pay Off Your Credit Cards
Ever think financial mistakes are a certainty of life? Ever think of money as an ancient folklore that goes POOF as soon as you cash that paycheck? You do not have to be rich nor do you have to be a genius to learn how to budget or use money wisely. You do NOT, under ... Read More about Top 10 Money Myths That Are Keeping You From Saving!
Trying to come up with an extra $500 can seem daunting and maybe even down right impossible. Whether it is due to an unexpected car repair or dentist visit, you need to make an extra $500 and it needs to be quick. You’re also torn. You may have some negative associations with side ... Read More about Creative Ways to Make $500 Fast!
Keeping your bills and budget organized is crucial if you want to stop overspending and over drafting your account. Organizing your monthly bills is really the key to staying on top of your finances so you can reach your bigger goals, like saving money and paying off debt. When you are ... Read More about How to Organize Your Monthly Bills
Money is a common source of friction between serious romantic partners. When your lives merge, your bills and your wallets will do the same. If you have a better handle on your bills and your wallet than your partner does, doubling the expenses while reducing the amount of financial ... Read More about How to Stay Thrifty and Save Money When Your Partner is a Compulsive Spender
Creating a financial plan that can stand the test of time is crucial if you want to financial peace. Peace when there is a global pandemic. Peace when there is a global recession. Peace knowing that your family will be taken care of in the short-term while this all gets figured out. ... Read More about How to Prepare for a Recession