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Looking for tips to help your family save on your clothes, home or food? Check out these great tips Fehmeen from Top Money Hacks put together!
We had a solid up month, putting more money into savings and riding the market movement upwards. Check out the details here…
An Individual Retirement Account – IRA as it’s commonly referred to – is one of the most widely- used investment tools in America. You’ve likely heard the terms, “Roth,” and, “Traditional,” used to refer to IRAs as well – but what’s the difference?
We had our biggest up month to date this past month. Through a refinance and market growth, we are back on track for the year. Find out more about it here.
In the last few weeks, I’ve really begun to ponder things and what I’m doing. I’ve been going full force since August last year and have dived head first into blogging after being burned out last summer. I think I’ve come to the summer doldrums once again and am going to be stepping back to focus on my most important responsibilities, my kids. I’ve been so busy as of late, that I haven’t even been making time to write and put new ideas out there. I am still going to be around, but I won’t be accepting guest posts for […]
Excuses Are Not Reasons – Why Getting Out of Debt is So Hard I have struggled with debt for my entire adult life and it has been the source of great anxiety over the years. I’ve let debt hold me back from career opportunity, from relationships, and from allowing myself to simply live a better life. After firmly landing myself in over $25,000 of debt and only being able to pay off less than $2,000 each year if even that, I knew there was a problem. I needed to do something about it. You can follow my debt payoff journey […]
We all have a different approach to money. Some of us know where every dime goes. Others have a more “flexible” approach to dollars and cents. But whatever your philosophy about money, what you need is a budget to help guide you and meet both short- and long-term goals.
Well, they say April showers bring May flowers right? My goals for April did not move much. However, I’m using it as a springboard into May though.