There’s more to it than just making the monthly payments.
Are you someone who’s scared to look at your checkbook balance and open your credit card statements? If there’s a long trail of unread mails in your inbox from the credit card companies and you know that you’ve accrued hefty interest charges and fees, you might be the best candidate for combining your debts into a single monthly payment through a loan. Continue reading →
Often times we ask ourselves “where did all the money go? I just got paid and it’s barely end of the week, but all the money is gone.” If you really want to know where all the money went, you need to create a budget. What is a budget? Continue reading →
Yet another article confirms what I’ve always suspected about the relationship between how you “feel” about debt and motivation to be debt-free: Until you get mad about your debt, it’s tough to make the necessary changes and sacrifices.
You do not have to be a “pro” or an extreme couponer to save money on your purchases. Using a coupon is as simple as handing it to the cashier at the time you check out. With many people feeling financially strapped due to the rising cost of food, gas, and, well, everything these days, coupons can help you keep a few extra bucks in your wallet. Here are some coupon basics to help you save some green. Continue reading →
Because I have a family of four children, I am constantly looking for ways to have outings that do not cost much money. I have learned over the years that taking the family out, doesn’t have to cost a whole lot, but can often times be educational and fun for the whole family. Continue reading →