In May of 2010, I embarked on a new journey helping people one-on-one with their personal finances. My goal has always been to provide help and hope to those who either are hurting financially or need a second opinion from a professional while not selling financial products. Almost seven years
How Did You Do This Year?
As we are drawing near to the end of another year ask yourself this question, “Did I accomplish everything I set out to accomplish this year?” If you achieved your goals great job and congratulations! If on the other hand that was not you, here is how you can make sure next year has a different
4 Ways to Save With Your Christmas Budget
As I am writing this, the first snow of the winter is falling. Next week is Thanksgiving and then all of our attention will be on the biggest holiday of the year…Christmas. For many households, Christmas is becoming more bah-hum bug because of the commercialization of Christmas. We want to help
How I Purchased a Nice Luxury Car for Under $4,000.
This is a longer blog than I normally write. However it is worth the read because you are going to read some crazy things that happened to me and it is just a plain good car story. Through my recent experience you will learn: The importance of why to have a mechanic look over your
Debunking a Myth about the Financially Successful
My wife and I have recently started to shop for groceries at Aldi’s. I have to admit, I have always thought of Aldi’s as the grocery store for those that are struggling to make ends meet. However, after my wife’s latest grocery run, she made an observation that shocked us both.
3 Motivational Strategies to Restart Your Debt Free Plan
Have you ever started to get serious about paying off your debt and then quit? Frustrating isn’t it? Whenever I interview people why that is, I typically hear things like, “I ran out of gas” or, “I feel like I am getting no traction.” Sometimes life has hit you with a few unexpected curve
3 Stages of Teaching Your Children About Money
If you are like me, you have made some bad decisions with money as an adult. Wouldn’t it be nice to help make sure our children do not make the same mistakes? Here are some of things I have learned when it comes to teaching our children about money.
10 WAYS TO SAVE ON BACK-TO-SCHOOL SHOPPING
Why saving now will help you reduce stress and spend less. After reading this title you may have just double checked your calendar because why would I write about back to school shopping in June? As we all know waiting until the last minute rarely is a good move and that is no different with