After using the You Need A Budget home budgeting software for 3 months, we love it. Here’s why it has made a difference, and how it can help you too.
Archives for September 2013
Motif Investing was already an attractive option for investors wanting to create a low cost investment portfolio, but now you can also make money when others buy your custom motif.
Making a plan for repaying your student loan is key. Here are a few tips to keep in mind as you structure your repayment, and look at options to refinance.
There are many financial benefits to being married. Here are a few of the big ones.
While sitting down and entering receipts yesterday it really hit me just how much money we’ve been spending. It may be time to get back to basics.
Scottrade is one of the industry leaders when it comes to affordable online trading and investing. Here’s a full review of what they have to offer.
We’ve been using Ooma home phone service for over 6 months now. Would we still suggest that others use them as their primary home phone?
All of us have times where we procrastinate, and put off work that we should be doing. In those times we would benefit from the just-do-something principle.
This week Jeff Rose, who is a 9 year Army National Guard and Iraq war veteran and a Certified Financial Planner, just released his new book, Soldier of Finance. I had a chance to ask him a few questions.
When looking for a new computer people tend to shy away from buying refurbished items. The thing is, they’re just about as good as new and you can save hundreds of dollars.
Here are a few tips to help you avoid getting stuck overpaying when you’re on a budget and eating out with friends.
If you plan to retire and still work, here are some steps you should take to bolster your success.
Here are three home improvements that you can do in order to save money in the long run.
We don’t anticipate using any credit anytime in the near future, so should we even care about or keep track of our credit scores?