This isn’t your typical retirement savings article. I’m not going to tell you how you can become a millionaire by rejecting your daily cup of Starbucks. (By the way, a $3 cup sacrificed every day for 30 years at 7% only adds up to $110,000…so good luck retiring on that) Nor am I going to […]
Archives for August 2011
There are certain risks involved with putting your finances on auto-pilot. Here are a few that we’ve come up with.
You might be missing out on better rates or better customer service at another bank. It might be time to break up with you bank.
I’m convinced that there is only one surefire way to undo your debts. By paying them off the old fashioned way, with hard work and planning.
A blog called Tripbase came up with an interesting idea called My 7 Links, where site owners nominate other blogs to pick a post from each of seven categories that they’ve written over the years. Tom over at MapleMoney nominated this site to join in the project (Thanks Tom!) so today I thought I’d share […]
Psalm 49 gives us some very important warnings about our personal finances and wealth in general.
Shopping for a used car can be an intimidating experience if you don’t know what you’re doing.Here are tips to help you save on your new car.
There is a danger of becoming too complacent with your auto insurance and losing out on hundreds in savings.Here’s why you should shop rates.
How many credit cards, mortgage and other credit accounts do you have on your credit report?How much have you spent on credit over the years?
When you’re looking for ways to make more money, here are a few unconventional and flat out weird ways that people are making money.
Lending Club now has over 50,000 investors, and over 325 million in issued loans. Should they be considered a mainstream investing option?
These 40+ bible verses about strength during hard times will help to encourage and inspire you to find your strength in Christ.
RMD is an acronym for “required minimum distribution” a required withdrawal from retirement accounts that millions have to take every year.
With skyrocketing health care and other costs, the best retirement plan is one you actually begin and start contributing to today.