In the world of personal finance, you’re usually trying to do one of two things. The first is finding ways to make your money go further when it comes to buying things and paying bills. The second is making sure you have enough money to either fix or replace things you need. Sometimes the belief […]

When you’re trying to figure out where your money’s going, your first step should be to create a budget. However, setting a budget is only one piece of the puzzle. The strange problems with a budget is that if you have money left over, you tend to spend it indiscriminately. Suddenly you’re not only wondering […]

I have to admit something; I never wanted a house. I’d lived in apartments or townhome like structures most of my life, and I was content with that type of living. True, I never had a garage, and often I’d lose my parking spot, but if anything broke all I had to do was call […]

Our government officials, both state and federal, are bashing each other on the heads while trying to change health care, dealing with debt limit increases or reductions, looking at unemployment that doesn’t seem to be going down, few new jobs being created, gas prices rising again, lowering taxes for the rich and increasing them for […]

The truth is that overall 2016 was a great year financially, no matter what some people had to say. Unemployment was very low, the stock market thrived, fewer people lost their jobs from major corporations (who remembers the end of 2008 & the beginning of 2009 when tens of thousands at a time were losing […]

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