Here are my 5 Best Practices To Save Money Today. Embrace the Savings!
Nervous about being able to pay down your credit card debt? Perhaps living paycheck to paycheck? So many of us deal with the daily troubles of life - family, career, money. But money, of all things, tends to drive us towards insanity. Makes sense though. Without money, we can't afford to take trips, buy gifts … Continue reading Learn some easy ways to find savings in your budget
Is a 1.5% interest per month on a relatively small amount worth it? On Quora, a user posted a great question on whether 1.5% interest per month on a small invested based was worth the effort. Well, it depends. To provide a more concrete, visual example, let's assume the following variables on what we might … Continue reading Is a 1.5% interest per month on a relatively small amount worth it?
As posted on Quora! First and foremost, treat yourself and your finances like a business. Think of yourself as the CFO (chief financial officer) of your household - you manage the budget/finances, goal planning (e.g. new car purchase), retirement savings (e.g. 401k), etc. So what would you do as the CFO of your household? Well, … Continue reading I make roughly $200,000 a year living in Iowa. Why am I still living paycheck to paycheck?
Follow me on Quora! Question: How can I turn $1,000 into a steady monthly income? To repeat what others have said, there are a variety of ways to produce steady income. Whether or not they exceed your expectations/threshold is a whole other question. For example, place $1000 into a high-interest savings account such as Ally at … Continue reading How can I turn $1,000 into a steady monthly income?
Follow me on Quora! Question: With what salary can I comfortably afford a $60,000 car? Okay, so given the limited information we have, I’ll have to make some assumptions here to help whether or not you can comfortably afford a $60,000 car. Here we go. First, let’s make some assumptions for the car in terms of … Continue reading With what salary can I comfortably afford a $60,000 car?