The average American has $39,000 in consumer debt. Student loans are a cancer invading our culture enslaving people from all generations. Vultures crowd the market offering quick fixes that never work. Wouldn’t you really like to GET debt free and STAY debt free? This is how I did it and you can do it too.
Do you feel like no matter what you do you just always end up back where you started? You may think “I’m good at so many things, except money.” There are a couple specific reasons as to why and we are going to unlock this issue in this week’s Savvy Saturday. If you’re tired of feeling that way watch the video above and read the post below!
Today I talk about why you should always have an independent trustworthy mechanic while showing hybrid owners how to save big money on their replacement hybrid battery! For more information watch the video above!
This week is a unique one! I’m going to show you 3 tools I use to hack online shopping. I’ve broken it up into 3 different short videos. Because I’m giving a demonstration right from my own computer desktop these videos are probably best viewed on a computer screen in fullscreen mode. So let’s get started saving money!
We’re going to talk today about how you might be wasting money on life insurance and demystify your understanding of the options. For more information watch the video above and read the blog post below!
Skippy, Kraft, Wonder, and more. These are recognizable brands and we enjoy them in daily life, but how much is our devotion costing us? This and more in today’s episode of Savvy Saturdays.
I want to talk to you today about the pros and cons of both renting and buying. For more information watch the video above and read the blog post below!
I want to tell you today how you can save big on your eye glasses purchases! For more information watch the video above and read the blog post below!
One of the most common responses I get to the question “So why do you need to build a credit score?” is “So I can later buy a house.” What if I told you there was a better way to buy a house that didn’t require you to live under the shadow of your credit score? It’s possible. Here’s how it works…
It’s that time of year again. The time when everyone says to themselves “I’m going to do better this year!” and then by February 15th they’ve usually already given up. The gyms are empty and resolutions have been lost in the mix of the busyness of life. I’m here to tell you a secret…
It doesn’t have to be that way! Start your year off right. Set financial goals instead of resolutions which are little more than hoping it all works out with grit and sheer determination. Let’s talk about how you can set clear goals and actually check off those pesky financial to-dos that keep eluding you.