Avoid Bankruptcy: 5 Ways to Pay Down Debt

Personal bankruptcy can be a serious life-altering events an individual can experience, alongside divorce, severe illness and tragic loss, according to the financial guru Dave Ramsey. Bankruptcy is seen as a last resort, a life raft when the ship is sinking. Essentially it’s something people have to do when the debts become too unbearable to repay. When I was in high school, a close family member...

more →

Posted in: Credit and Debt

5 Ways to Make Your Blog a Profitable Side Hustle

Blogs are super popular these days. Heck, if you’re reading this blog I’m sure you already know that. What you may not know, is that blogging can be a great way to earn some extra money on the side or even as a full-time career. Yes, you read that right. I personally know many bloggers who support themselves full time off their blog income. I have a blog as well that only earns a part-time...

more →

Posted in: Money

The Importance of Planning to File Taxes for Side Income

Earning extra money can be great. If you are an independent contractor, freelancer, or work various different side jobs throughout the year, you’ll need to file taxes on the income you earn as long as you earn more than $600 annually. If you are getting paid via cash, you’ll need to track the income you are earning and your expenses, but if you are being paid via check and taxes aren’t being...

more →

Posted in: Money

Should You Become a One Car Household?

With the price of cars and auto loans constantly on the rise, becoming a one-car household has been looking more and more appealing to me. I shared before how my husband and I are planning to never get another car loan again and I still firmly stand behind that stance. We still have our own cars and we plan to drive them into the ground before we switch to a one car household. To be honest though,...

more →

Posted in: Auto, Money
1 2 3 4 5 188

Top of page