We have always emphasized that if you have debt, you need a plan to pay it off. Attacking debt with a plan means you will pay it off more quickly and it will cost you less. Debt consolidation seems like it would be a useful tool. But is it, or will it cost you more in the long run?
There are only so many hours in a day so you need to build a business that can grow while you’re sleeping, on vacation, or working on your next business. You have to do things that scale when starting a business that will take off.
At a certain point, you can’t save any more money; there just isn’t anything left to cut. And really, saving money is not nearly as impactful as making more. So whether you want to increase your income to pay off debt, save for a home, take a vacation, or retire early, we have ways to do it. Here are our favorite money making ideas.
Much financial advice is aimed at those making good money leaving the rest of us behind. We want to fix that with 24 financial tips for low-income earners.
With the median home price in the U.S. at $188,900, how the hell does someone save up for a house?
Reaching your money goals isn’t easy, but it is simple. We’re turn Dave Ramsey’s baby steps into giant steps towards financial freedom.
Investing advice is often crafted for high earners. What about the rest of us? We have investing tips when you don’t have money to invest.
Quick! Can you come up with $100? Some of you have that in your couch cushions, but for those who don’t, here are 57 ways to make more money.
Not all of us make six figures so paying off debt can be tough. But it’s not impossible. It took time to acquire debt, and it will take some time to pay it off. It’s time to make a plan, make some sacrifices, make extra money to destroy that debt. We will show you can get out of debt fast even on a low income.
Every time we make a purchase, we have to decide between using a credit card, a debit card, or cash. They all have their pros and cons. Will there be a clear winner? Credit vs. debit vs. cash: the ultimate showdown.
Worried we’re heading towards a recession? We have something to help you through it. Read our dos and don’ts during a recession before you make any moves.
No one can predict when a recession will happen but October was warning of things to come. A recession fire drill if you will. When we understand what a recession is, we can take steps to protect ourselves from the fallout.
It’s easy to make the same money mistakes time and again. Before you know it, you’re stuck in a financial rut. This is how to get financially unstuck.
We discuss why you should stop thinking about money in terms of being rich and instead think about ways it can grant you freedom. USA USA!
I’ll admit, I’ve been obsessed with rental properties for a few months now. There is so much to think about and consider with turnkey real estate investing. But we found a game changer. In our Roofstock review, we discuss buying turnkey rental properties and have a great chat with CEO Gary Beasley.
We often talk about long-term investing but what about investments when the clock is ticking? These are the best short-term investments.
Do you hate your job and your life? Do you have a house full of stuff? Your materialistic lifestyle is killing you.
I’ve spent the past 30 years of my life being broke. Sure, I’ve had money, but I wasted it all, then asked myself why I have no money. I went from a single bachelor with his own home and a BMW to a single bachelor living with his brother and a Honda Civic, and I couldn’t be happier.
If you currently have debt there are ways to make it less expensive. Today we will discuss why you should refinance your debt.
Your future self will you for establishing an emergency fund now. It’s important to set aside emergency savings can help you get in case your home needs an urgent repair or something more serious like unemployment. We will help you figure out how much you need and how to get an emergency fund started.