For many people, shopping for themselves can bring on feelings of guilt, anxiety, and doubt. However, the process of deciding what to buy this month, and what can wait until next month does not have to be so hard.
Here’s how to create the world’s simplest budget… One that’s guaranteed to get you out of a desperate financial situation and make you happy for a change!
For most of my adult life, I refused to carry cash. Recently, I’ve had a change of heart. Here’s why I think paying with cash is the best way to go — most of the time.
Some tips for using Dave Ramsey’s Cash Envelope System when you’re budgeting your bills for the month. Finally, you’ll have a handle on how much you can spend, and how much you need to save to get through each month.
I completely agree with Suze Orman when she says it’s better to pay off your home loan early. Here’s why…
There are good reasons to have separate finances and there are also good reasons to have joint finances. Here are some of the benefits of having separate finances, compared to the benefits of combining finances when you’re married.
Save money for your future… increase your retirement savings… start investing… but when is it too much too soon? I realize this sounds a bit crazy. But for many, saving at all costs means running up credit cards for basic living expenses. What’s wrong with this picture?
Establishing a safety net savings account also known as an emergency fund is the first step in creating a solid financial plan