Category Archives: debt

How Trading In a Car Every Two Years Makes Good Financial Sense

Sometimes trading a newer car makes sense. Read when to trade in a newer car and how to buy a newer car the right way.

Savings: Easy As Pie!

Savings guidelines using simple pie categories. Helpful savings models. learn how your money is divided and then create your ideal income-expense-savings pie.

Should I Pay Off My Mortgage or Invest in the Stock Market?

Pay off my mortgage or invest, which is better? Consider investment returns and personal preference when deciding whether to pay off your mortgage.

WHERE TO GET A HIGH RETURN ON MY CASH

I earn over 10% lending through Prosper peer to peer loans. See proof of my returns and read about the process.

DO BILLIONAIRES NEED AN EMERGENCY FUND?

Reduce financial stress with an emergency fund. Even the uber wealthy, like David Siegel, can benefit from a designated fund earmarked for emergencies.

Roadblocks to Saving: Not Treating Yourself (Sometimes)

Make saving money fun. Learn how to reward yourself without blowing the budget. Great tips!

MONEY RULES

Get rich, build wealth, money rules. What money rules work? The Simple Dollar inspires.

INVESTING & THE FED: HOW WILL MY PORTFOLIO BE IMPACTED?

The Feds actions are directly related to your investment portfolio. Learn what investing moves to make now.

MY SCARIEST MONEY MISTAKE-LEAPING BEFORE WE REALLY LOOKED

Best money saving tip; start or invest in a business with your eyes wide open & your analyst hat on. Practice due diligence before investing.

SHOULD I TRADE IN MY CAR?

You can trade in a car and still build wealth. Save and spend on what you value.

U.S. CREDIT CARD DELINQUENCY RATE HITS ROCK BOTTOM

Credit card delinquencies down. So what? Americans still have $5K in credit card debt. Slam the debt & start building wealth.

CAUTIONS IN REFINANCING YOUR MORTGAGE

When not to refinance. Even with a drop in interest rates, it may not be wise to refinance your mortgage.

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