Spending money is easy. Spending money without guilt is hard. If our budgets were boats we would all have a few leaky holes. The leaky holes represent budget categories where we tend to spend ... Read More about Mastering the Art of Guilt-Free Shopping
In the book The Millionaire Next Door, the authors, Thomas Stanley and William Danko, share the results of their research and interviews with millionaires. Ultimately, they seek to identify the ... Read More about Why Do Millionaires Budget?
There are two major categories of people who work from home. First, there are the employed who are either full time or part time working from their own home. Many companies are starting to allow ... Read More about How To Successfully Work From Home
Does your teen need a student credit card? In the financial field, there is a lot of debate on the topic of teenagers and credit cards. On one hand, some people advise that teens get credit ... Read More about 10 Things To Be Certain Teens Know About Credit Cards
If you have a personal finance book on your shelf at home, there is a good chance that the author recommends you put your emergency fund savings into a money market account. Historically, that was ... Read More about Emergency Fund Savings: Money Market Or Savings Account?
Too many young families do not have wills. Actually, too many families in general do not have wills. Dave Ramsey reports that 70% of Americans do not have a will at the time of their death. Why? ... Read More about 3 Key Decisions Young Families Need To Make When Preparing a Will
Sometimes after spending the day at the office we come home and spend money on our office like someone else is going to pick up the bill. However, the cost of maintaining a home office will be paid by ... Read More about 10 Home Office Money Saving Ideas
Are you financially healthy? Most people have an idea of where they want to be financially. However, the money never seems to be enough and the bills tend to be too much. After struggling with ... Read More about What the Human Body Can Teach About Personal Finance
We live in a financial world where renters are looked down upon by their ‘superior’ house-owning friends. They scoff, “You’re throwing your money away.” They brag, “My house is worth $5,000 more ... Read More about 6 Advantages of Renting Instead of Buying Your Home