5 Retirement Tips for your Retirement Planning Young and Old

5 Retirement Tips That Make Retirement Planning a Serious Issue Retirement tips are for those who never think that retirement day will come, or don’t know the potential difficulties they face when they retire. It always seems so far away, but those who have retired tell me it came faster than they ever imagined. Here […]

Money Before Marriage-Until Credit Do Us Part, Part 2

Money before Marriage  Money before marriage is an essential conversation everyone should have prior to marriage, when you, considering the divorce statistics associated with money before marriage.  Financial surprises after marriage run the gamut from, “I assumed he owned his home”,  and, “I did not know he was deep in debt to his x-wife”.  These are just […]

Easy Ways to Save Money When You Are a College Student

Easy Ways to Save Money Many college students, stifled with the sudden high cost of college, upon entering, have probably stop to ask themselves, “what are some easy ways to save money as a college student”? at different times during their college years. College is all about acquiring a quality education, focusing on a degree, and some […]

Learn Wonderful Ways to Save Money When You Are Unemployed

It’s possible to learn ways to save money when you are unemployed, even when you don’t have a savings mindset. Learning new ways to save money when you are unemployed is not difficult, but it does require some concentration and tracking your spending. Many waste time blaming themselves or others but it is a useless exercise when […]

7 Ways To Save Money To Buy A House

There are literally thousands of ways to save money to buy a house. Buying a house is not as difficult as you may think. First of all, you must understand that you “can’t have it all,” so discontinue that form of thinking. You must curtail your spending in other areas. Home prices are up all […]

10 Signs You Have Learned to Budget Your Money

You Have Learned to Budget Your Money 1. You budget your money fiercely, whether it be monthly income, lump sum winnings, or inheritance. For those who have a low level of financial experience, getting a windfall is more of a curse than a blessing. Ask some of the lottery winners, who recently hit the jackpot […]

Five Career Transition Financial Tips and Budget Planning

Career Transition Financial Tips and Budget Planning Budget Planning, Career, and Finances are at the top of everyone’s minds these days. You can’t listen to the news or read the newspaper without hearing some mention of the economy. Those who are in a career transition—or soon to be—may already be stressed out by financial issues. A […]

Your Debt Free Date

Set Your Debt Free Date Recent studies show 70% of Americans are in debt. Some are in excessive debt  while others are not. Some are comfortable with excessive debt, while others could never live with it. Why is excessive debt a “bad thing?” The problems are not only financial, excessive debt can cause terrible emotional […]