Tag Archives: Personal Finance

Should You Refinance Your Mortgage? When, Why, and How Answered!

It is no secret that interest rates have been extremely low for almost a decade now, but that appears to be changing. The Fed has already started to raise interest rates, and it appears that they will continue to do so over the next year or so. So the question is, should you refinance your mortgage now before interest rates really start to rise? Continue reading

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Pay Off Your Credit Card Fast, But How? Higher Interest Rate or Snowball Method?

Across the web you find a lot of people talking about whether you should pay off the higher interest rate credit card first or use the Snowball Method and pay of the smallest balance first and then the next smallest … Continue reading

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The 5 Week $500 Challenge

Today I want to challenge everyone out there to save $500 over the next 5 weeks. That is only $100 a week, but if that seems daunting it isn’t. I will give you some advice and tips and tricks you can use to achieve this goal. Continue reading

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Pay Yourself First – A Guide to Saving

Every single person on this planet has their own employee, everyone! Continue reading

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Understanding the Emergency Fund

Understanding the Emergency Fund and how creativity and courage can make this fund work almost seven times harder for you. Continue reading

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