If you're diligently working towards financial freedom, a significant amount of your income is undoubtedly being funneled into retirement accounts. The government has rules pertaining to how much a person can contribute towards retirement accounts, … [Read more...] about IRS Retirement Contribution Changes for 2017
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Some clothes are insanely expensive. Case in point, I read an article lately about a celebrity that wore sock boots to an NBA game worth over $2000. I'll never pay $2000 for a pair of footwear, and you'll never catch me spending $300 for a pair of … [Read more...] about Are Cheap Exercise Clothes A Good Value?
Budgeting your money can be hard, especially if youâ€™re living in a city where the cost of living can get pricey. Luckily, there are things you can do to cut down on expenses and live comfortably on a budget, even in an expensive city. Make a … [Read more...] about How to Budget When Youâ€™re Living in an Expensive City
My son held up a tan pair of pants, pointed at three distinctly visible grease stains on the right leg, and asked if I could get them out. I could feel my face contort into a shape that expressed my extreme doubt. I've dropped ribs on a shirt at a … [Read more...] about Life Hack: Remove Grease Stains With This Simple Trick!
For many people, including myself, the temptation to overspend is high when a debit or credit card is the primary method used to pay for purchases. For that very reason I believe that Cash Is King. While my monthly expenses are paid online using an … [Read more...] about We Re-Invented the Envelope Budgeting Method By Accident
I love my Health Savings Account. If youâ€™re not clear on how they work, or how well they work, youâ€™re in luck as Iâ€™m willing to share my experiences with them as I need to use mine. Todayâ€™s post is my latest adventure in Health Savings … [Read more...] about Health Savings Account Awesomeness Example #2: Wisdom Teeth Extraction Edition