Over a year ago I first heard about a revolutionary new service called FreedomPop that offered free mobile internet to their customers, with no strings attached. I was sure it was too good to be true. At the time I was paying $35/month for a mobile hotspot from Virgin Mobile, so i was more than […]
Archives for April 2014
God blesses each of us with unique gifts and talents. The money we earn should help us meet our obligations, but it should also be used to help others.
Last week I opened my mailbox and found a notice about my taxes from the IRS. What should you do when you get a letter from the IRS?
There are plenty of free financial resources that take the guesswork out of financial planning and put the confidence and power right back in your hands.
Do you prefer to work hard now so you’ll have a nice retirement, or would you prefer to scale back now so you have more time in retirement?
FeeX calls themselves the “Robin Hood of Fees”, and their goal is to help people avoid the “tyrrany of unfair fees” in their investments. Here’s a review.
There were quite a few things I learned at FinCon last year. Here are my top 5 lessons learned .
Today I thought I would give a list of the top 5 banks and investing companies that I actually use and have accounts with.
If you want to improve your finances for your future, now is a good time to start saving for retirement. Here are 4 reasons to start saving now.
Spring is here! Take the opportunity to spring clean your finances for the benefit of the coming months (and years) ahead.
In order to make sure that your home stays in top shape, it helps to have a plan. Here is a monthly home maintenance task checklist.
Setting a family budget can be key to getting and staying out of debt. How much are you willing to sacrifice in order to get ahead?
A recent study from Fidelity identifies saving for college as one of the top goals that parents have for 2014. How are you saving for college costs?