As we end 2020 many of us are eagerly awaiting the new year and new possibilities. Some of those possibilities are looking toward investments. Maybe you got a bonus this month and want to make good use of it. Maybe you’re looking to diversify your retirement portfolio. Will 2021 bring us good fortune? Will the […]
As we turn the corner and head into the holiday season, paying for gifts, travel, and food is often a stress factor for families. Numerous American families go into debt for Christmas expenses. Planning will save you stress and money going into the new year. This article will help you think of some ways to […]
We live in a consumer society. It is difficult to stay out of debt and live on a budget. What if you have a small income and many expenses? How do you make your income stretch as far as you can? How can you consolidate debt so it’s not overtaking your expenses? We will explore […]
As the semester begins, many are thinking about the cost of education for the post high school student in their life. Is a degree really needed in this world? How can trade schools help us meet our goals and save us money? These are some of the questions I will seek to answer below.
Many are planning a last trip for the summer as the school year approaches. Since COVID made this summer a bit crazy, maybe your summer vacation will look a little more outdoors than usual. If this is you, here are some ideas for a budget friendly summer RVing trip from someone who RVs fulltime.
When you find out you’re expecting a baby many emotions are felt, possibly the fear of affording a new baby is one of them. Many people have visions of grandeur when thinking about what the infant stage will look like. It is possible though, to have a baby and stay on a minimal budget! Here […]