Once you become overwhelmed, it’s hard to kick the spending habit and bring your budget back in line. However, if you want to stay financially solvent, you do need to take charge of your finances.
Whether in debt or in life, the lies we believe play a crucial part in whether or not we succeed at the goals we set. The mind is a dangerous thing, as the saying goes. It can be our best friend, o
A detailed description of these two popular debt payoff strategies and a real world example of debt snowball vs. debt avalanche in action.
I’m not much of a coupon clipper. However, there are times when I do use coupons. And, every so often, I give the whole couponing thing another try.
Usually, I’m here to give you tips about how you can make your financial position better, and today is no different. As a matter of fact, today I’m going to give you the biggest tip I’ve ever given y
A review of 5 of the best Android apps for debt management: Debt Planner, Debt Payoff Planner, IOU, iQuick Debt Payoff and Debt Tracker.
It has been another great week in the Frugal Rules home as we signed a pretty big client this week. You never know when business will come in when you run your own business and these past few weeks h
This whole government shutdown fiasco and impending economic crisis has me thinking a bit more seriously about the financial situation of most Americans. Political leanings aside, a long-term shutdo
Please welcome back, after too long away, the lovely Mrs. Frugal Rules as she shares what it was like for her to watch me go through the decision whether or not to quit my job. Enjoy…
Is there such thing as having too much money in savings? My findings say there is! Learn why you should limit your savings and invest!