Are You Missing Out on Free Money in Your Budget?

Three Paycheck Month

Disclaimer: This post may contain affiliate links. I would earn a little money with no extra cost to you. The opinions expressed are my own. Read my disclaimer to learn more. Who doesn’t want free money? Let’s face it, pretty much everyone wants more money. It can help you get out of debt faster, pay […]

How to Increase Savings for a Better Retirement Nest Egg

How to Build a Retirement Nest Egg

Disclaimer: This post may contain affiliate links. I would earn a little money with no extra cost to you. The opinions expressed are my own. Read my disclaimer to learn more. I’ve got a rockin’ guest post for you today from Kathy, the owner of Baby Boomer Super Saver. Kathy’s goal is to share simple, practical […]

5 Reasons You Need to Start a Budget Today!

Do you have a budget? 5 Reasons to Start a Budget Today!

Why do you need a budget? There are so many people who make new years resolutions to save more money, spend less money, or pay off debt. Maybe you think that you don’t really need to make a budget because you can just keep track of everything in your head. I used to think that. […]

What We Learned After One Month of Using a Credit Card

What We Learned After One Month of Using a Credit Card for Travel Hacking

Disclaimer: This post may contain affiliate links. I would earn a little money with no extra cost to you. The opinions expressed are my own. Read my disclaimer to learn more. We’ve been using our credit card for one month and we haven’t destroyed our budget or gone into massive debt. I call that a […]

9 Surprising Ways We Paid Off $105K of Debt In 5 Years

How we became debt free in 5 years. As of this month, I am officially debt-free, paying off $105,000 of debt in 5 years! My husband and I both work. We’re pretty frugal people and don’t like to spend money without a plan. Okay, now that I got those ideas out of the way. Let me tell you how I did it.

Disclaimer: This post may contain affiliate links. I would earn a little money with no extra cost to you. The opinions expressed are my own. Read my disclaimer to learn more. I’ve got an awesome guest post for you today by Gina at The Frugal Convert. Gina is passionate about helping people find their sweet […]

Reason #738 Why You Need an Emergency Fund

Are you prepared for a financial emergency? 738 reasons why you need an emergency fund. Emergencies are going to happen. The big question you need to answer is, “how prepared are you when an emergency DOES strike?” I recommend starting with $1,000 in your emergency fund and then expanding to cover bigger emergencies.

Disclaimer: This post may contain affiliate links. I would earn a little money with no extra cost to you. The opinions expressed are my own. Read my disclaimer to learn more. Are You Prepared for a Financial Emergency? Picture This You arrive home after a week with your family over the holidays expecting a wonderful, […]

A Life Changing 401(k) Meeting – Funding Your Retirement

Investing for Retirement

Disclaimer: This post may contain affiliate links. I would earn a little money with no extra cost to you. The opinions expressed are my own. Read my disclaimer to learn more. I’m excited to bring you a fantastic new post by Chuck over at Retire Gen X. He’s super passionate about helping people retire smarter and for 20 years, […]

Youth Sports Costs Are Out of Control. Is it Worth it?

Youth Sports Costs are out of Control

Disclaimer: This post may contain affiliate links. I would earn a little money with no extra cost to you. The opinions expressed are my own. Read my disclaimer to learn more. I can’t believe how expensive youth sports are! My kid isn’t even born yet, but the idea of him/her playing sports, especially hockey here in […]

Travel Hacking Our Way to Cheap Vacations

How often do you use your credit card? We hardly use ours at all. In fact, we love to use cash. It helps us avoid the potential never ending spiral of credit card debt. But all that is about to change. Our next big adventure is into the world of credit card rewards. There’s a […]

Save Money on Christmas: 6 Tips to Save $250-500

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How would you like to save an extra $250-500 this holiday season? When I think of the holidays, I typically picture spending money, not saving it. The truth is, the holidays are expensive! Some expenses are totally worth it and add a ton of value to your holiday season. Other expenses though…can add more stress […]