The golden rule of financial freedom is simple: Spend less than you earn. Lucky for you, we live in the year 2017. Here’s some money apps that do ALL THE WORK with your cash, so you don’t have to!
Do you want to make your money work harder for you but don’t know where to begin? Have you tried a budget but struggled to make sense of it? This post is for you.
In 2015, I tied the knot without breaking the bank. If you’re getting married, you shouldn’t overpay! Here’s how I had a $2,000 wedding for 70 guests without cutting back on any of the magic.
I am going to be 31 years old own my home outright. On the outside, i’m feeling like Beyonce. But on the inside… …i’m feeling alone.
So… you have, or are about to, pay off your credit card. What happens now?
The total outstanding student loan debt in the US is 1.2 trillion. That’s trillion with a “T”. Trillion with twelve zeros. $1,200,000,000,000+. I can’t reduce the national average, but I can offer some creative tricks to paying off your student loans faster.
If you, or someone you know, is doing any of these things… it’s time to be an adult.
Do you know how you’re going to pay for all those holiday gifts? Do you want my advice? Well…you’re going to get it anyway. Here’s some tips to end the cycle of feeling broke for the holidays.
Saving money is a great thing. With that being said… DO NOT PARTICIPATE IN THE “52 WEEK MONEY CHALLENGE”. Here’s why, and what you should be doing instead…
I’ve been insisting that you save at least $1,000 for emergencies….but does this apply to you? Apparently I missed the memo where unexpected events never happens to you, Ms Clio. If you’re not a psychic or any other future-telling entity, Here’s why you need to save a Rainy Day Fund, and how to do it…