Is there such a thing as giving too much, and can giving become a detriment to your life?
Archives for 2011
Last year around this time we were in the midst of a debate in Washington D.C. about whether or not our legislators would be extending the Bush era tax rates. The Bush tax cuts lowered rates for everyone who pay taxes. The concern for a lot of politicians was that if they didn’t extend the […]
Sometimes parents get so wrapped up in caring for their children that they forget to care for themselves, and for their financial health.
American Express has been around for 160+ years, has one of the most recognizable brands in the world and now savings accounts as well!
Few topics bring about more extremism than that of gold investing. Some say it is a great investment, while other say to avoid it.
The unemployment rate dropped this past month from 9% to 8.6%. The numbers could be deceiving, however. What is the real unemployment rate?
Do you find yourself short on time and money and fail to find a way to give back to the community? Here’s my plan to fix it.
Here are some things we do to help remind our children to keep the birth of Christ the forefront of the holiday season.
A lot of people end up paying for a premium cell service that is not needed when they could save hundreds by using prepaid cell service.
I decided to go shopping on Thanksgiving eve thinking the crowds would be manageable. Boy was I mistaken. Has consumerism taken over?
You can save hundreds of dollars on home repair costs by doing it yourself. Here are some resources we use to do our own repairs.
Within the last four years, it has become more difficult to borrow. In that environment, more people are considering borrowing from family. Should they?
Black Friday is a war. You need to plan your day with military precision, detailing your battle plan down to the smallest detail. Here’s how
When purchasing big ticket items or giving a down payment, pay with your credit card in order to minimize your risk of losing your money.