Financial jargon was meant to be confusing. Isn’t that frustrating? Even more so, financial jargon was designed by banks to intimidate everyday consumers so they avoid reading critical (and often burdensome) terms and end up owing banks more money in interest on their credit cards and loans. Infuriating! This is why the best thing […]
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It’s often said that the goal of successful personal finance management is achieved by spending less and saving more. That makes sense, but which comes first? If you have a […]
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Do you want to work … forever?
REALLY. I mean all the way up until you die?
I realize that’s a terrible way to start off a blog post, but it’s […]
Hey everyone, thanks for joining me for this week’s Monday Money! Yesterday, a friend of mine who owns a pretty decent business received a call from a debt settlement company. He said one of the first questions they asked was “How much money do you owe on credit cards?”.
He answered with a pretty high […]
The following is a guest post. If interested in submitting a guest post, please read my
guest posting policy and then contact me.
Taking the next step in your lives and choosing to start a family can be very exciting, but in reality it can also cause great financial hardship. Using the initiative to better understand […]