Author: Kimberly Studdard

Finance gurus, professionals, and hard-working Americans have been debating for years whether to use cash or credit cards. Which is…

Time is the only currency in life that truly matters. Think about it. Many people work 40+ hours a week,…

Summer means pools, vacations, and delicious watermelon. But it could also mean an empty wallet. Between traveling, kids programs, food,…

The best financial gift I ever received had nothing to do with a physical gift. But before I tell you…

The interest in personal finance, living below your means, and reaching financial independence has grown tremendously in the last 20…

Adulthood is wonderful. Eating what you want when you want. Having your own money. Deciding what you do on a…

In a society where we are always going, it can get tempting to want to eat out to save money…

I’m a city gal. While I grew up in the south, I always loved having access to multiple opportunities and…

In most cities in the United States, one income just can’t cut it anymore. Between a high cost of living,…

Did you know that 28% of married women are the bread-winners in their family? And over 65% of women overall…

Being in debt sucks. Being in debt really sucks when you look around and see all of the inspirational stories…

Gone are the days of job security. And while that may not come as a huge shock, you’d be surprised…