Unless you’ve been living under a rock lately, you know there has been all sorts of buzz about the Twitter IPO the last few weeks. On one hand, why wouldn’t there be? It seems as though everyone is o
Whether you’re buying a house or refinancing, shopping for the best mortgage rates is important. The reason is simple. You’ll spend less money, both monthly and in total, with a lower mortgage rate.
Welcome to the 4th edition of Financial Freedom Pages - my roundup of the 10 best finance articles from the past two weeks. Enjoy!
The earlier you start saving, the better off you’ll be — no matter how little you set aside at first.
One of the hardest things about coming to terms with money issues is actually being honest with yourself about how you got there in the first place. For example, I have way too many student loans bec
Retirement is a much different animal than it was twenty years ago. People are living longer. The tools used to save for retirement are different. For most of us, saving for retirement won’t happen u
Playing catch-up with retirement can be very stressful, but you can still meet your retirement goals if you follow these simple suggestions.
Previously I have written about saving money on groceries. I admit that my approach to saving on groceries was a little simplified back then. My shopping habits also changed the longer I lived with m
This is a post written by Brandon, a student in my Create A Profitable Online Store Course. What's funny about Brandon is that he signed up for my class,
As a disclaimer, I do believe there are many things that can help you succeed at your debt payoff and even possibly lead you to be able to pay off debt quickly. That said, as I look back, it really w