One of the traits of millionaires and other highly successful people is that they are highly disciplined and know how to use their time and resources wisely.
Archives for August 2012
Financial Peace University has been used by millions to escape the chains of debt. This month a newly revised version of the class was released. Here’s what is changing.
When you’re paying off debt it’s a good idea to recognize you are making progress, even when it isn’t financial in nature.
Have you refinanced your mortgage in the past year or so? If not, you may want to get started now, and here’s why…
Life insurance is an uncomfortable topic, but it’s one we all need to talk about. Here are 8 reasons why you should buy term life insurance today, and 2 reasons why you shouldn’t.
Sometimes spending money can end up saving you money in the long run. Here’s how.
Dave Ramsey has just released a new and revamped Financial Peace University class. Today we’re unboxing the new membership kit included with the class.
How much house can you afford if you want to keep yourself in a sound financial position? How much should you spend if you also want to build wealth?
When you add it all up, selling a home can cost thousands of dollars in commissions, fees, taxes and other costs. Here’s what costs to expect when selling your house.
The new Credit Sesame credit score app is a great way to stay on top of your credit while on the go. It allows you to see your Experian credit score for free.
What are some attributes of an Olympic athlete that allows them to succeed, and how can you emulate those traits in your financial life in order to get ahead?
This year marks the third annual Plutus Awards, an annual event to honor the best in the personal finance blogging community. Please vote for me for the People’s choice award from now until early September!
Motif Investing is a brokerage that allows you to invest in stocks, with a twist. Instead of buying individual stocks, you buy theme based bundles of stocks called a motif. Here’s how it can help you save.
When you look at the data around what cars those with a high net worth own, you might be surprised to see just how few of them are driving luxury brands.