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5 Tips To Keep Your Budget Simple And Functional

 Budgeting comes easily to some people. With heightened organizational skills, abacus-like minds, and a penchant for delayed gratification, these natural planners make penny-pinching, number-crunching, and maxing out one’s 401K look as simple as boiling an egg. For many,...
Posted On 30 Jul 2015

6 Tips for Keeping Your Cooling Bills Under Control This Summer

Summer often incites a variety of additional expenses families have to take on each year. Sometimes food gets more expensive because the children are home from school, and fuel costs are higher since families tend to go on trips and rides when the sun is out. Another expense that...

Ready To Be A Homeowner? Here’s What You Need To Know When Buying Your First Home!

Purchasing a new home is an exciting experience. But sometimes, the first time buyer it has a tendency to be very overwhelming. Since you’ve never done anything like this before, there are many things you should consider. First and foremost, ask yourself what can you...
Posted On 26 May 2015

Taxes Made Easy With TurboTax: How To Use The Power of Absolute Zero!

Filing your taxes should not be a dreaded activity, in fact today we’re here to discuss how you can file your taxes in a way that’s as easy as possible. As the old saying goes, “Nothing in life is certain except death and taxes” LOL… True indeed,...
Posted On 06 Feb 2015

Ah Yes! Time For Your Tax Refund: 5 Ways To Spend It Effectively

We’re all hard working individuals, but the truth of the matter is most of us don’t really spoil ourselves throughout the year. As we continue to think about our goals for financial freedom, we also have to consider how to treat ourselves within a budget. For many,...
Posted On 28 Jan 2015

5 Tips That Can Help You Save Money In 2015

Ok guys, we’re finally in 2015 and it’s time to actually put your money where your mouth is… no pun intended LOL. But serious, now is the time to turn those resolutions into actions. One of the biggest things people realize at the end of each year is how much...
Posted On 20 Jan 2015

Having A Fabulous Holiday All Within Your Budget! #Holidaymeans

Recently we discussed how to “Keep Your Holiday Budget Down and Get Back To What The #Holidaymeans“, in that article I also challenged myself and all of you to work towards making your holiday stress free. It’s easy to get caught up in trying to keep up with...
Posted On 03 Dec 2014

How To Prepare for Financial Peace in 2015! #FinancialPeace

I know it’s hard to believe but 2015 is right around the corner and it’s time to start thinking about those resolutions or ways to give yourself a jumpstart in your future. I know a lot of us make promises about our health and automatically think weightless, but...
Posted On 29 Nov 2014

Keep Your Holiday Budget Down and Get Back To What The #Holidaymeans

The holidays are truly a wonderful time of the year, it’s a time for family, giving, and appreciating what we have and each other. With the constant bombardment of holiday shopping ads, sometimes it’s easy to get caught up in all the materialism of this time of year....
Posted On 19 Nov 2014

Why You Should Pay For Items In Full Rather Than Making Monthly Payments

These days, more and more people are attempting to become financially literate in order to attain economic stability and retire well. Although there are many financial questions that people want answered, one of the most common is “Should I Pay For My Items In Full Or Make...
Posted On 13 Nov 2014

How Credit Karma Helped Me With My Credit Score and Finances

I’m excited to bring this sponsored post to you from Credit Karmaâ„¢ because credit scores are a topic that not too many people know about. There are so many things we are taught growing up; from learning our colors and number to desire to go to college so we can get a good...
Posted On 30 Oct 2014

How Making A Financial Bucket List Can Lead To More Financial Freedom: #suntrustbucketlist

Most people that know me can attest to the fact that I’m pretty good with money, over the years I’ve developed the discipline necessary to not spend or live above my means. I think fiscal responsibility is something we’re either taught by positive examples or...
Posted On 27 Aug 2014