It's a sad day in the debt repayment space, especially those with student loan debt (there are so many). The awesome tool, ReadyforZero, has decided to shut down and focus on their blog content. You can still check out their blog here. While I think blog content is important, their tool was one of the best in the student loan debt space. Technically, they shut it down last week, but I wanted to wait in hopes they would get some hate mail about … [Read more...] about 6 Free Apps to Help You Pay Off Student Loan Debt (or Any Debt Really)
There are so many awesome ways to save money online these days. I've test out too many to count, but I'm going to round-up a lot of the awesome places for you right here. Yes, today, I'm sharing 25 (now only 21) great sites and tools to help you save money without even leaving you home. There are many more that I could come up with, but I thought 25 (now only 21 as some tools have shut down) would be more than enough. These include some places … [Read more...] about 21 Awesome Tools and Sites to Save You Money Everyday
An annual check on your financial health is imperative to see where you stand if you are planning to make big purchases, such as a house or a car. Even if you aren't planning to make any large purchases that would require a good credit score, it is always good to have an idea of what your profile looks like and where you can make it better. It is also important to make sure that you haven't been compromised. [thrive_text_block color="red" … [Read more...] about How to Check on Your Financial Health
I'm going to admit that April has been a very costly month for me. I've paid out more this month than I ever have, minus the down payment on our current home. It was especially bad last week when my tax payment came out of my bank account. It's never a good Monday morning when you wake up to see many thousands dropping out of your bank account. To be honest, if this had happened four years ago when I was still in debt, I wouldn't have made it. I … [Read more...] about The Free Tool That Keeps Me From Financial Disaster
It's here my financial friends. The ultimate throwdown! Today, we pit two of the best financial tools against each other to see who comes out on top. That's right, we are going to compare Mint.com and Personal Capital to see which free tool is better! I got this idea back when someone basically asked me: "Mint.com vs Personal Capital?" Now, this is highly subjective as it's my opinion on the matter. I plan on … [Read more...] about Mint vs. Personal Capital – The Ultimate Financial Tool Throwdown
I cut the cord over two years ago. I did it because I needed to make a budget change. We were paying way too much just to watch TV and it needed to stop. I was deep in debt and I thought cable was a necessity. Well, I've learned my lesson. Over the past two years, I have tried a number of different devices to help me stream shows and movies onto my TV. Now, just as a reminder, cutting the cord is not cutting internet. You need internet to really … [Read more...] about 5 Devices to Help You Cut the Cord and Save Money!