As I mentioned in a previous video, “Should You Rent or Buy?” owning a home can be a great investment if you are prepared for the extra costs that come along with it. Today, I am going to be teaching you what home upkeep costs you need to be saving for and what you need to be planning to spend when you own your own home.
Money. It can be a love-hate relationship. Am I right? Sometimes, especially with the ones we love, it can be the thing we fight about most. However, incorporating hugs and kisses into your life will change things dramatically. This week I’m going to show you how.
You know you should save for emergencies and you know you should save for retirement, but there are also a handful of other things you may not know you should be saving for.
We’re told that overdraft protection is in your best interest and something you should always have on your account, but is it really good for you? The answer may surprise you. Keep reading to find out the shocking truth about overdraft protection.
So, are you? Are you living two financial lives? Are you living in self inflicted financial infidelity? Let me explain what I mean by that. All too often, I see people who are spending money they don’t have and what happens is later in life they don’t have the money they need. Why? They already spent it…
It’s the new year and, if you don’t have one already, you may have signed up for a gym membership. Signing up is easy, but trying to get out of a membership is another story. Today, I’m going to give you a few tips on how to break the chains of gym membership.
Many people get locked into gym memberships with great, new year aspirations, eventually finding themselves not using it. Maybe you’ve had your membership a long time or you just got it and are ready to break free. Look, I encourage you to use your membership; however, when the time comes to break that chain, I want you to know what it takes to get out of that gym membership.
Today, I am going to walk you through a seven-step process to help you cut cable, find an alternative, and save you money! Be sure to download my free e-book, The Money Finder, where there is an entire chapter dedicated to cutting cable. Now, let’s look at some ways you can cut the cord and save money.
An emergency fund is a great idea, but you may ask yourself: How do I get it? How much should it be? Where do I keep it? Wonder no more. This week we look at what an emergency fund is and how building one is possible.
We all have to eat, but we can eat for less. This week, I’m going to share six tips that will help you do just that. Also, be sure to download my free e-book, “The Money Finder,” which provides additional ways to save money at the grocery store and much more! Now, let’s check out the list.
America has gone subscription crazy. Nowadays, you can pretty much subscribe to anything, but how do you know if a subscription is a good deal?
Whether Netflix or Amazon, razorblades or socks, you can subscribe to any and everything. It can be very easy to get caught up in the excitement of it all, signing up for services and memberships that you know will arrive on time and do what you want them to do. In return, these very things, with their modern conveniences, can begin to pile up. In fact, you may not even need them. I want to share with you today 3 questions you should ask to evaluate any subscriptions, and you can also apply these to things like season passes or other monthly memberships.