When I was getting out of $60,000 of debt, my debt stood at 5% and 7% interest rates. At the time, I had about $1000 in my savings account, and I funneled everything else into my s
In the world of Save. Spend. Splurge.: Where the new Miss America comes under fire for wearing her own hair.
In the world of Save. Spend. Splurge. where I love reading people who travel and document what they spend. Obsessed.
This is how compounding interest works, but it only works if you actually save the money instead of spending it. Oops.
Travel Series: Should you use cash, credit, or travelers checks when you travel abroad to get the best exchange rate?
What should you carry when you travel abroad? Cash? Cards? Traveler's Cheques? It is always difficult to know what to bring.
We bought our condo in cash for around $600,000 Why? The main reason is because we could but other factors came into play as well. Here are a few of my thoughts on the whole proce
It is the best motivation, ever.
Most people say that saving 10% is good enough (of your net income). So if you make $2000 net a month, you should save at least $200/month. I like 10% as a general rule for all inc
You really don’t need to spend a fortune on pieces that are not meant to last a lifetime. Sad but true, tanks will stretch out and get ruined, and loungewear is meant
I am still getting questions about how I got out of $60,000 debt at the age of 25 in only 18 months (a year and a half), so here it is. 1. I MADE A GOOD SALARY IMMEDIATELY Low inco