5 Things I’m Giving Up to Become Debt Free

I know you’ve probably heard that getting out of debt requires some sacrifice. Getting out of debt will change your life so you have to be willing to make some changes during your journey in order to get there. I’ve made quite a few sacrifices over the past few years in order to get out of debt but I consider them minimal in the grand scheme of things and some of them are only temporary. Here...

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Are You Scared of Retirement?

Once you pass your childbearing years and move into the empty nest club, you may begin thinking about retirement. But for some, the idea of retirement can produce the emotions of anxiety, depression, and fear just to name a few. Are you scared of retirement? There are several worries that be causing you to be scared of retirement. Social Security is Not Going to be Enough For years the media coverage...

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How My Husband and I Are Planning to Buy Our Next Car With Cash

Most drivers have a car note. I used to be one of them and I hated it. Granted my monthly payment was pretty low, at least $100 of it went straight toward interest when I first started making payments. Plus, I had to get work done on my car and only had a partial warranty. My car was probably largest expense in 2014 thanks to my loan, repairs and maintenance and transportation costs. I know I’m...

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One Thing You Should Keep in Mind When Setting Financial Goals for the New Year

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I hope your New Year is off to a great start. If you’re still in the process of setting financial goals for 2017, you’re not alone. Setting goals can be difficult because the odds are often stacked up against you. According to research from the University of Scranton, financial goals are in the top three categories for goal setting and around 93% of Americans don’t reach the resolutions...

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