When I set my goal for this year, one of my goals was to read one personal finance book every month this year. I’m currently working on Your Money or Your Life by Joe Domingez and […]
If you’ve ever heard of Dave Ramsey, you’ve no doubt heard the term “gazelle intensity“. Gazelle intensity is the term Dave uses to describe the intensity with which one should pay off their credit cards. Basically […]
In September my husband and I transferred all of our remaining credit card debt to the Citi Home Rebate card. The card had no annual fee, no balance transfer fee, and a 0% intro APR for […]
I’ve never tracked my net worth before. And since my mom just sent out a Christmas letter telling all of our relatives about this blog, you won’t be seeing any specific numbers here today. :) What […]
This is the third post in a series of financial software reviews. I reviewed Mint yesterday, and today, I will tackle Mvelopes. With the slogan “The Simple, Smarter Budgeting System”, Mvelopes gives itself a lot to […]
On the twelfth day of Christmas, my true love gave to me….12 Frugal Things… When you want to save money or pay extra toward your debt, sometimes it’s easy to think about big ways to save […]
Last week Lee left the following comment: This is a great topic! I’ve been trying to save up an emergency fund for a while now and not getting very far. My family’s income is variable, also, […]
Do you ever look back and wonder, “What if I had known this when I was 18?” I know I do. It’s not that I live in the past and berate myself for mistakes that I’ve […]
Welcome to the 12 Days of Christmas – Personal Finance Style! Over the next two weeks, personal finance bloggers around the internet will be bringing you the 12 Days of Christmas with a financial twist! We […]
It’s been a month and a half since my husband lost his job. He’s worked a few different part time jobs, done a little freelance work, and is still currently looking for a nice full time […]
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