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Saving Money on Groceries Just Got a Little Easier

Saving Money on Groceries Just Got a Little Easier

Groceries are usually one of the largest expenses within our monthly budgets. Unlike cable television, a fancy smart phone, and hot yoga, groceries are one of those required for survival categories. However, there is always a better way, and over the past three months I have been tinkering with something to help you not only save $50 or more […]

Plan, Prepare, and Take it Easy with Term

Plan, Prepare, and Take it Easy with Term

If you are anything like me, you like to take immediate action. You like the feeling of getting stuff done and you need to know you are moving forward. Well, here is something you can and you should do immediately in terms of creating a solid financial plan. There isn’t anymore time to waste, so here it […]

The 5 Simple Steps to Start Your Emergency Fund

The 5 Simple Steps to Start Your Emergency Fund

What would happen right now if you had an unexpected $2,000 emergency? Something bad happens in your life and it is going to cost you $2,000 right this second. According to a study done by FINRA, only about 40% of you have the capability to come up with the money in cash. What about the rest of […]

All the Television You’ll Need for $28 a Month

All the Television You’ll Need for $28 a Month

Tired of your cable or satellite bill slowly going up each year? Wondering if you really need 1,024,982 channels to choose from? Looking for an actual way to save money on television? Well, your problem is solved! I have spent an incredible amount of time figuring out the best way to save money and still […]

How a Single Mom Crushed $316,000 to Become Debt Free

How a Single Mom Crushed $316,000 to Become Debt Free

I met Jessica through one of our classes and this is what she said: “I am recently divorced, I am the sole provider for my two kids, and I am $316k in debt. Oh yeah, I am also a teacher.” In the divorce she ended up with: $275,000 House ($1,450 payment) $3,500 on a credit card $22,000 […]

Even a Loser Should Still Retire a Millionaire

Even a Loser Should Still Retire a Millionaire

Don’t Retire Broke We need to save more money people. Period. Just recently I heard about a lady in her late 60s getting ready to retire. She had worked her entire life and was getting ready start the next chapter called RETIREMENT. Good for her, right? Everyone is going to retire someday, and she had finally […]

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