Extreme savers are a select group who often save in excess of 50-70% of their income. The lifestyle isn’t without sacrifice, but it can be done. Here’s how.
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Debtor’s prisons were outlawed in the 1800’s, but you can still end up in jail today because of your debt. Here’s how to avoid ending up in the slammer.
Automating your finances can be a great way to ensure that your savings increase, and your bills are all paid. Here are some easy ways to automate.
Figure out where you’re spending money every month on a regular basis, and find ways to cut those recurring costs from your budget. You’ll save hundreds!
How much income and wealth inequality is there, and what does it mean for the future? Can you still be upwardly mobile in society these days?
What are some of the best Android apps available to help you improve your finances? We do a quick rundown of our top favorite financial Android apps.
Before you make a financial decision, make sure you understand the following 3 types of risk.
Is it possible to live in our society without using credit, or is it next to impossible to live outside of that accepted credit scoring framework?
Even though many parents still think that going to college is worth it for their kids, they are worried about their own finances and are paying
Due to a miscommunication with my wife, I neglected to pay our credit card bill. Here’s how we got them to remove the late fee.
It can make sense to lease a car, depending on your situation, your financial goals, and your priorities.
Rebalance IRA is a retirement portfolio investment service available at a fraction of the standard industry cost. You’ll get better results, and pay less to boot.
There are varying opinions on if parents should pay for college for their children, but what about the pre-college years? Should you pay for private school?
Even though I don’t see myself as a consumer, the “stuff” that we had available to donate and sell when we moved tells a different story.