You have likely heard of Steve and Annette Economides, otherwise fondly referred to as America’s Cheapest Family. The Economides raised five children while living on Steve’s modest income alone, and they did it without debt (save for a mortgage that they paid off within 11 years). The Economides have written three books: America’s Cheapest Family […]
This year, take the time to surround yourself with people who are responsible with their money. You’ll be amazed how much your own financial life improves.
One of the biggest challenges faced by many consumers is that they don’t know how to form good money habits that stick. It’s depressingly easy to get caught in a personal finance boom and bust cycle in which you live spare for a few months to pay off debt, and then, once the scarcity is […]
Creating a net worth of a million dollars is possible for just about anybody. Here’s how to go about achieving that goal.
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It can make sense to lease a car, depending on your situation, your financial goals, and your priorities.
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The vast majority of the time, keeping finances joint, even if doing so is a struggle to get used to, is best for the marriage. Here’s why.
Conventional wisdom says that having a college degree will mean earning hundreds of thousands more in your working life. But just what is the real ROI for a degree? Is it as much as we’ve been lead to believe?