Here are some money management strategies from the Duggar family that have allowed to live debt free despite raising 19 children.
Archives for October 2012
If you’re faced with a large debt on an underwater vehicle, what will happen if you just let it be repossessed?
Have you ever wondered why you have to wait for 2-5 days when making a transfer of funds from bank to bank? Here’s why.
Here are some of the best online savings accounts when it comes to the best rates, best customer service and no fees and low or no minimums.
We often buy more than we need in this culture, because we can. What if instead, we bought only what we needed and no more?
It’s the time of year when the IRS announces modifications to the Roth IRA contribution and income limits. Here’s what is changing.
Sometimes you need to take a deep breath, step back and start fresh with your financial plan. Here’s how we plan on doing that.
The 2013 marginal tax rate tables are projected to have slight changes in the rates for higher income taxpayers, and slight bumps in tax rate income ranges due to inflation.
The three-fund portfolio creates a simple investment portfolio that gives you complete coverage in the fundamental asset classes – stocks and bonds. Here’s how to create your own.
The cost of a college education is high, and the costs are rising every year. How can you save for your child’s college costs?
What does the bible say about planning ahead, saving and investing? Here are some thoughts on the investing philosophy the Bible teaches.
A lot of people overpay for wireless internet or cell phone service. Here is how to get both for free.
Here is a quick review of what the 401k contribution limits, rules and regulations are likely to be for 2013.
Getting sponsored can make an unaffordable conference affordable, but just make sure that you know what you are getting into before you agree.