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Should You Use Savings to Pay Your Credit Card Debt?

Ideally no. In a perfect world, you would have a fully-funded emergency fund with three months of your expenses, a separate account for those nonrecurring...

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Should You Use Savings to Pay Your Credit Card Debt?

Ideally no. In a perfect world, you would have a fully-funded emergency fund with three months of your expenses, a...

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What’s your financial mindset?

Money is rarely about money. Money is all about behavior. Your habits, thoughts, and feelings about money are going to...

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Budget Billing Your Utilities

The days are shorter, and the holiday decorations are well-settled into their seasonal stations. Unfortunately, cold weather is accompanied by...

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Are You A Budgeteer?

Are you a budgeteer? Are you sure?   Perhaps you use one of the many popular apps that track your...

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Should I Co-Sign A Loan?

Hi, My brother, who recently started a business, wants a specialized truck. He doesn’t have enough credit history to get...

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Fatal Finances or Money Breaking Your Heart?

According to highly esteemed medical establishments like the Mayo and Cleveland Clinics, dying of a broken heart is a real...

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5 Ways How Social Media Affect Spending Habits

Social media influences your spending habits. I’m sure this isn’t breaking news to you but do you know to what...

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How to Avoid the Holiday Spending Hangover

It’s that time of year with festive commercials on repeat, stores full of holiday decorations, music and alluring aromas, and...

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Renting Happily Ever After

"Everyone should buy a house." You’ve heard it, I’ve heard it. And it is wrong. Worst of all, it perpetuates...

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