Tired of living paycheck to paycheck? The fastest way to save more money is to break the spending habits that keep you poor. If you regularly find yourself spending your entire paycheck — or more — each month, you need… Continue Reading
At the end of the month, do you wonder where all your money went? Are you worried that one unexpected repair bill would throw you into a state of emergency? You need a budget that is both simple and thorough.… Continue Reading
Finding the best personal finance software can be time-consuming. There are just so many good options. To save you time, I’ve compiled a list of the best finance apps based on personal use and research. Maybe you’re at the very… Continue Reading
If you’ve had some of your income withheld all year for taxes, you probably want to know how much money you’ll get back in your tax refund. If you have investments that gave you dividends, you want to know how… Continue Reading
I read a post by a financial blogger in 2017 that has motivated and haunted me ever since. The author lays down some simple facts that, without question, changed the course of my financial life. The main idea is this:… Continue Reading
The first step to save more money and reach financial independence is to track your finances — income, expenses, and investments. In this Personal Capital how to and review, we’ll set up an account and see how to start tracking… Continue Reading
I opened an email today from my employer telling me I’m eligible to enroll in a 401k plan. Due to my prior work experience, this will be my first 401k. I have a lot of questions.
Digging into the world of financial independence may leave you asking yourself: Do I stop going out to eat? Do I cancel Amazon Prime? Do I cancel Christmas!?
Welcome to Saving Money: Groceries, the first in an ongoing Saving Money series. This series aims to bring some practical actions you can take to get out of debt and save more for retirement starting today.