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‘Timeless’ is often an indicator that something transcends the current time something resides in. This is as obvious a statement…

Going green can sometimes seem like such a hard thing to do. If you consider some of the things we…

Many students at some point have thought countless times about ways to save money for study abroad. Higher education is…

Finances are often a touchy subject. After all, nobody wants to talk about them, and most people get anxious thinking…

You’re out of consumer debt, you’ve got your emergency fund, you’re investing for your retirement, and now you’re finally ready…

One thing that’s typically pretty hard to get around when starting a new business is applying for a loan. A…

“Go to college” they said. “Get a degree in something” they said. “Then you’ll find a great job and prosper….

Debt can make it impossible to live a normal and happy life. When you’re constantly worried about making payments and…

Budgeting…blagghhh. What a bore. What a hassle. And what a restrictive thing to put on yourself and your family. For…

Around this time of year, you might start seeing social media posts and articles from your favorite personal finance blogs…

Life can be rough. Whether we like it or not, bad things will happen. It’s inevitable. People get sick Our…

Whether you’re preparing to get married or you’re celebrating your silver wedding anniversary, money will always be a challenge in…

  “If you give a hungry man a fish, you feed him for a day, but if you teach him…

Recent studies have shown that the average American will add $986 of debt to their household because of the holidays….

Moment of honesty: I created this list of habits that make or break a debt free journey pretty easily. Can…

I’m a huge proponent of dating your spouse long after the march down the aisle. This is especially relevant when…

Whether you’re preparing for Christmas, a wedding, a baby shower or your spouse’s next birthday, gift-giving happens all year long….

If there is anything that had a powerful effect on how I handled money, it was becoming a parent. When…

Many of our grandparents were born between 1910 and 1925. This is what Tom Brokaw dubbed “The Greatest Generation” when…

In the heat of this summer, you may expect to hear “How low can you go?” during a heated (yet…

Growing up in the Midwest, I was raised in a family who loves meat. We read about Pa Ingalls feeding his…

I first learned about using “debt as a tool” in my job at a bank, but there were some major…

In 2012, my husband and I both worked full-time with no children. By 2014, we were a family of four…

Written by our regular writer (and now mom), Kimberly Studdard I gained 65 pounds during my pregnancy. Sure, eight of…

This post has been written by our amazing staff writer, Laura Harris! In 2011, my newly wed husband and I…