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.
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.
Having an emergency fund saved is important so that when problems do occur, they aren’t as bad as they could be. Here’s how our emergency fund helped us when our AC went out.
Are you behaving like a future millionaire, and would your habits and behaviors line up nicely with high net worth individuals? Or are you on the road to ending up broke?
It always seems that unexpected expenses seem to pop up at the end of the month when our cash flow is lowest. How can you deal with those unexpected expenses?
If a natural disaster hit would you be able to hold out for a few days while help was on the way? Here’s what to pack in a bug-out bag to keep you going during an emergency.
Many of us clean our homes when spring comes around, so why not also set aside a day to do spring cleaning on our finances?
As we near the end of another year, inevitably you will begin to think about the next 12 months and what you want to achieve when it comes to your career, finances, fitness and relationships. I’m no exception, and in the coming weeks I’ll be reviewing my 2011 goals, seeing which ones have been achieved, and […]
If you have children one thing you’ve probably started to think about is how you’re going to be able to pay for their college education. Here are some options.
If you want to build a strong financial plan – a robust financial framework – you’re going to have to follow a few steps.
The most uncomfortable situation for me is that which might be easy for anyone else with a different occupation: being asked what I do for a living. Family get-togethers, social gatherings, or church services are often those places where I get asked that question. “What do you do John?” Answering The Question I used to […]