We have all been blessed in so many ways. Still, being thankful is one of those things that will sometimes require discipline.
Archives for November 2013
While we’re taking part in our Thanksgiving festivities this year, it would behoove us to remember the true meaning of the day, to change the focus from our inward needs to one of outward gratitude.
Life insurance is for your loved ones, so it’s important to make it a priority. It probably won’t even cost you as much as your monthly cell phone bill!
Motif Investing is a great way to invest in bundles of stocks, while saving on commissions and fees. Now they’re offering free trades on Black Friday to sweeten the deal.
Have you maxed out your Roth IRA for the 2013 tax year? If at all possible, you should make the maximum contribution for 2013 and start preparing to do so in 2014. Why?
As a hub for research resources, community interaction, free entertainment and general awesomeness libraries shouldn’t be overlooked!
Freedom Spot Overdrive Pro is one of the best wireless hotspots available for the free FreedomPop service currently. Here’s why.
Is gazelle intensity a good long term solution for debt reduction, or does it leave people vulnerable to going right back into debt?
To appreciate and give thanks for what you have, why not have a no spend challenge in November?
The amount that you can contribute to a traditional or Roth IRA for 2014 has been announced by the IRS. Have the contribution limits gone up this year?
The Google Chromecast was released this summer, and it promises to be a great way to save you money on your entertainment expenses, and help you to ditch cable. Here’s how.
Betterment has just released a new set of apps for iOS 7 and Android platforms. Here’s a quick walkthrough and review, and why they make the service even better.
Trying to figure out how much you can contribute to your 401k in 2014? Here is a quick review of the 401k contribution limits, rules and regulations for 2014.
One of the benefits of working for “the man” is that you often have the chance to invest in a tax-advantaged retirement plan. You can contribute using pre-tax dollars if you want, allowing your money to grow more efficiently over time. However, just because you are offered a retirement plan through your work, it doesn’t […]