Hosting a low cost, fun 4th of July party or barbecue is possible. Here’s how to save on food for your next holiday get together.
If you aren’t in the habit of setting goals regularly, I would urge you to think about doing so. Here are some reasons it’s a good idea.
A close family friend is retiring soon at the relatively young age of 62. She can think of nothing more than days that are entirely her own. She can’t imagine working anymore even though she has many productive years ahead of her. She is the face of a retirement that may soon disappear. My husband […]
Dave Ramsey is fond of saying that you don’t want to be normal because “normal” is broke. Now, CreditLoan has graphic proof of that in the infographic, “A Lifetime of Debt: The Financial Journey of the Average American.” Comprised of information from several sources, this infographic, which is laid out like the Life board game, […]
We thought that we were living a comfortable lifestyle that we could afford, but we left out several important aspects of a strong financial position. Here’s how to avoid the same mistakes.
If you are trying to pay down debt or save money, you may try to be as frugal as possible. The thing is, it may not always be the best answer financially.
Religious rites of passage are important to families, and should be a time of celebration and joy. But are they just turning into another expensive party?
Should some families have a larger emergency fund than others? What is the right amount for your family to set aside in an emergency fund?
When it comes to paying off debt, there are a variety of plans offered by various financial gurus. Which debt repayment plan is the best?
If you have a significant amount of debt, there is no easy way around the fact that you must change your behavior to eradicate the problem.
If you are concerned about the quality of the food you buy, you may want to consider buying organic. But can you find good produce and meats on a frugal budget?
Sometimes when you’re in the middle of paying off debt you start to burnout and need a break. Here’s why taking a break on debt repayment can be a good idea.
An estimated 13.4% of adult children ages 24 to 35 are living at home with their parents. When should parents stop paying for their grown children’s expenses?
There are reasons you may want to consider a life insurance policy even if you don’t have kids. Here are a few of them.