Overspending can be the cause of many financial issues. Here are six smart spending questions to ask before you buy.
I was searching for something recently and I came across the story of Brianna Karp. Basically, she lost her job in 2008, and ended up living in a trailer in a Wal-Mart parking lot. She was without electricity, and didn’t have the ability to take regular showers or prepare home-cooked meals. The article then tells […]
I’m always happy to give financial advice, but sometimes you just have to ask an independent financial advisor. I’ve asked CERTIFIED FINANCIAL PLANNER™ Jeff Rose to give his feedback on some reader submitted questions. Jeff is an Illinois Certified Financial Planner and co-founder of Alliance Investment Planning Group. He is also the author of Good […]
Here are some things that you should consider putting in your safe deposit box or fire safe in case the worst case scenario happens.
I’ve been getting a lot of reader questions lately, asking what I think they should do when faced with certain situations. I’m always happy to give advice, but this week I thought I would go to a professional for answers. In today’s post, I’ve asked Jeff Rose from Good Financial Cents to answer a couple […]
I was tagged by a new meme by 3PrincessesMomma. She asks 7 big questions that can change your life. They are: 1. What will I try to improve on next week? 2. What was I most proud of this week? 3. What was my biggest accomplishment this week? 4. What have I done to get […]
I received an interesting question yesterday from Reader J. Thoma What do you think about mortgages as a form of debt? Is it worth taking a second mortgage to buy rental property and get income from tenants? Or is it better to pay off the first mortgage ASAP? How would you answer this question? How […]