Earlier this month I went on a guys trip to Las Vegas. We usually go once a year and try our hand at the blackjack tables. This may be an interesting statement coming from a finance blogger, but let me explain… Continue reading Never Lose In Las Vegas Again!
The reason I continually create content for this blog is to help you find answers to your money questions – the same questions I had in the past. Years ago, I didn’t know who I could trust for financial advice and when I met with financial advisers, I could not help but think they were more interested in my money than actually helping me succeed. Continue reading My Experience With Dave Ramsey’s Endorsed Local Provider
Have you heard about the FI/RE movement? If you’re one of my Twitter followers then I’m sure you have, but if you’re part of my other social networks, this may be a foreign concept to you. Today I’m going to go over the FI/RE movement and how I became part of it without even knowing it!
Continue reading The FI/RE Movement – And Why You Need To Be Part Of It!
As we near the end of this year and the beginning of 2019, many of us start to think about new year’s resolutions. We think about what we could improve upon and focus our time and ambition on those goals. Continue reading The Best New Years Resolution Tips You Will Read This Year
Dramatic title I know… but do you use bill pay or pay your bills with a different auto pay system? If so, it may be time to reevaluate what you are automatically paying each month! Continue reading Is Your Financial Auto Pilot Set To Crash? Learn How To Change Your Course!
More than likely you have a few questions each year about what to do about your current debt, retirement, tax refund and raises. In this article, I will give you some insight as to how to get the ball rolling in your favor to take advantage of your income! Continue reading What To Do About Debt, Retirement, Tax Refunds, and Raises
In today’s post, I will discuss the difference between the Roth IRA and a traditional 401(k)/457 retirement plan. Each investment vehicle serves a different purpose and one may suit you better than the other. Continue reading What’s The Difference Between A Roth IRA And A 401(k)/457?
When I started writing this post, I really wanted to dig down and find the main reason why I live debt free. What drives me, what keeps me going, and what keeps me at the keyboard day after day to bring these financial life strategies to you… Continue reading The Main Reason I Live Debt Free
So I’m quickly learning with my blog that there are several areas in my life I have neglected financially. This blog is as good for me as it may be for you! As I conducted my research for this article, I found out that I am way under insured if something happens to my home! Continue reading Find Out How Much Homeowner’s Insurance You Need
Sorry for being so blunt, but I really don’t like people or companies who take advantage of others. These apps are not made to make you successful, they are designed to make the company money – not you. Continue reading Why The Acorns And Stash Investing Apps Are A Dumb Idea