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Spring is in the air.
It’s beautiful out, so obviously the first thing you want to do is
step outside think about your credit! Right?
Maybe not, but it’s a great time to do a quick spring cleaning.
You’re already spring cleaning “everything else”, why not clean up the thing that you buy “everything else” with. I’m joking, of course. I know you don’t buy everything with credit cards.
Or at least, if you do, you pay them off every month…don’t you? Sure you do!
Here are some simple and, most importantly, free steps to cleaning up your credit…
36% of Americans save absolutely nothing for retirement.
80% of people ages 30-54 believe they will not have enough money saved for retirement when the time comes.
You know you need some sort of retirement plan, but can you afford it?
Are you a statistic? Or on your way to becoming one?
Spoiler alert: Yes, you can afford to invest in your retirement
It doesn’t take much to get started and it takes even less to keep going.
Here’s how you can invest for retirement, even if you think you can’t afford it…
I have covered buying vs. renting…twice actually.
Then I moved on to answering the question: Is it dumb to pay off your mortgage early?
After that, I wrote about everything you need to know before you pay off your mortgage early.
Today I am giving you strategies for doing exactly that. Paying off your mortgage early.
As promised, here are 3 quick strategies to pay off you mortgage faster than you ever thought possible…
In 1982, when Forbes began ranking the richest people in the world, the qualification to be listed was only $75 million.
At that time, there were 13 billionaires on the list.
Today there are over 1,400 billionaires around the world.
From the stock market to businesses to commodities, they are all involved in some form of investing.
Here are some investing lessons we can learn from them…
This is the final article in this 3 part series.
Have you added some of these tips to your life?
After you read these last 7, feel free to add more tips in the comments.
Today you will learn some great tips on saving money with babies and saving money while shopping.
Here are the last 7 tips (tips 15 through 21)…
Continuing on with this 3 part series, I bring you part 2!
If you missed part 1, don’t worry!
You can check it out here.
Today you will get some great tips for saving on medical expenses, as well as saving on day-to-day stuff that parents are fortunate enough to deal with.
Here are the next 7 tips (tips 8-14) for child-proofing your finances…
From door handles to baby gates to the cabinets under the sink, we do a thorough job of child-proofing our homes.
But do we make sure our finances are child-proof?
With children come new expenses. Expenses that can get out of control if we don’t have a plan.
This 3 part series is part of that plan.
Here are the first 7 tips for child-proofing your finances…
You know the books that are hard to put down.
I mean…you know you should probably be working on a project or doing some household chores, but…the book is just so good.
And you will just read one more page…okay, maybe one more.
Before you know it, you’ve finished the book…in one sitting.
It’s happened to me. Actually, it happens all the time.
With other books, you will find that once you put it down, it’s hard to pick it back up again.
What makes the difference? What makes a great book…great?