Another big up month this month, led mainly by our investments. But, in reality, our growth is driven by continuing to live on less than we make and saving and giving the rest.
July was another up month, even though our emergency fund got creamed. Find out all about it here.
For June, we saw a mixed bag in our investments. Our emergency fund grew and we were positive for the month, reaching a new high on our net worth journey!
Ever been so broke that you couldn’t afford groceries? Vanessa has. Find out how she changed and is now working toward debt freedom and how you can as well.
May is in the books! Investments grew, the mortgage got knocked down a little more, and we survived another month! Get the details here.
Receiving bills when it’s impossible to pay them, pressure from creditors and uncertainty about the future can lead to sleepless nights and days filled with worry. After filing bankruptcy, it’s time to take steps to ease your mind & reduce your worry. Breathe a sigh of relief and begin moving forward with these 5 tips.
Real estate investing can be considered as one of the best methods available for you to make money. Here is a list of few important tips that you should keep in mind in order to get the most out of money that you invest in real estate.
April was a great month for us. House value was up, markets were up and another mortgage payment edged us over $130k for the first time!
Buying a vehicle requires a long-term commitment. Many people drive a vehicle for at least a couple of years. It affects your budget, your road safety, even your daily life experience. As you prepare to purchase your next vehicle,check out a few important factors that make the most intelligent buying decision possible.
If you feel like you can’t make ends meet each month, it may be because you are spending too much money on unnecessary expenses. It is also possible that you are paying more than you have to for heating, air conditioning and other utilities. Let’s look at some frugal moves to save money each month.