Planning ahead for a rainy day by making a solid financial plan is key to making sure that you can weather any storm. So what types of things should you be doing?
There’s a taboo on sharing about our finances with those closest to us and it’s hurting ourselves, our economy, and future generations. Here’s why we should get talking about our finances.
It is important to plan ahead as much as you can for specific events, and saving emergency funds specifically for those events. Here’s how our auto specific emergency fund saved us this week.
The sandwich generation is comprised of people between the age of 30 and 60 who have children and also care for their elderly parents. What can they do to stay ahead?
If having a small emergency fund of $1,000 or even $3,000 makes you nervous, keep in mind that you probably have much more money available to you than you think.
While it may not seem like it makes sense, planning ahead with goal based savings accounts and emergency funds is a great way to allow your family to be more spontaneous and take advantage of exciting opportunities when they arise.
A lot of people want to become millionaires. But is it even possible? It is possible, but you need to have a plan and to be ready to stick to that plan.
Sometimes you need to take a deep breath, step back and start fresh with your financial plan. Here’s how we plan on doing that.
What does the bible say about planning ahead, saving and investing? Here are some thoughts on the investing philosophy the Bible teaches.
The Monday Night Football game between the Packers and Seahawks can help to illustrate what can happen when you don’t play well in the first half of your financial game.
When we get busy in life our to-do list can start to grow. Here are some ways to refocus your priorities and organize your to-do list so that you can cross those items off.
We’ve found that goal based savings accounts are a great tool for financial planning at our house. They help us to pay cash and avoid debt as well as keeping spending in check.
Here are some accounts, services and subscriptions that you should consider giving the axe to when they become soulless shells of their former selves.
Getting out of debt isn’t rocket science, but it does take the will to get started and stick to it. Here are the top strategies, programs and financial gurus to get out of debt.