As spring break approaches and my son and I get ready to head to San Diego. After running the numbers, I realized that I’m getting our six-day excursion for more than 50 percent off. Here’s how I’m d
Not to long ago I sat down with my accountant to prepare my taxes. After looking at my situation and running the numbers, he told me I could save right around $2,000 in taxes by maxing out my HSA con
Having an open mind when it comes to money is the best way to succeed financially. Open minds lead to more opportunities that many of us leave on the table.
As it turns out, there are a number of subtle, sneaky tricks they use to get you to spend more money. Watch out for these eight ways retailers fool you into spending money.
Setting financial goals is key to achieving success with your financial life. I share some of the ways to use your budget so you can achieve success.
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What’s your biggest one-time expense every year? Not what you spend the most money on total (probably housing or food), but the biggest one you pay just 1 -2 times?
Paying off debt is great, but focus can be lost on growing your net worth after. By following a few tips you can grow your net worth upon debt freedom.
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