Finances

It's easy to become discouraged and even disgusted by your own financial story these days. Everywhere you look, a 20-something is making millions or a 30-something has enough money in investments to retire. And there you sit with heaping debt, not knowing how to fund your child's college education, and a tiny retirement account. Financial blogs [...]

We all got 'em - the friends and family members that we watch from afar doing not-so-smart things with their money. Have you ever wanted to write what you were actually thinking in someone's Facebook comment feed? I'm referring to pictures of brand new cars when you know they're drowning in credit card debt? Fortunately, for [...]

It seems like the next home buying season is always upon us. And, here we are again. A home purchase is somewhat of a right of passage into adulthood. In recent years, alternative housing has made its way onto the scene. Today, it's not uncommon for adults to live with their parents, in tiny houses, or [...]

So, let me guess, you've been looking at your finances lately and aren't getting a warm and fuzzy feeling? You feel like everyone around you is moving at a lightening speed, eliminating debt and building wealth? Of course you feel this way. Social media makes it so. Seeing your friends posting their picture-perfect family on vacation [...]

I know you're a busy parent. I also know exactly what you're thinking. Let me guess...you have way too many competing priorities for your paycheck. How can you possibly find the money for that big summer trip to Europe if you can't find any extra money to fund a college account? Well, have you ever considered [...]

Fabulous Finance Ladies!

It's Friday, and since we celebrated International Women's Day on Wednesday I'd like to take this opportunity to point my exceptional MMM readers in the direction of some fabulous finance lady bloggers! Due to the extremely ridiculous amount of talent out there by my fellow female bloggers, this is in no way an exhaustive list, rather [...]

We grew up with MTV, the Rubik's Cube, Reaganomics, and "Who shot J.R?" Our parents were Baby Boomers and they were no strangers to tough times. They lived through international and national turmoil, staggering gas lines, Vietnam, and more. They sacrificed, they saved their money, and they wanted to make the world a better place. [...]

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