Invest In Your 20s: How to Get Ahead and Retire a Millionaire

If you are reading this article and you are in your twenties (or even your thirties), you are in the golden years for setting yourself up to retire with a lot of money. A lot. I’m talking a million or more. But in order to make that happen, you need to make investing a regular…

Jeff Proctor 26 May

6 Tricks that Will Make Sticking to Your Budget Infinitely Easier

Creating a budget isn’t all that hard. Sticking to your budget…now, that’s a different story. Overspending is just too easy nowadays. When you are trying to keep up with friends by going on expensive trips or buying the latest retail fashion, it can be difficult to manage your money successfully. If you think you have…

Makeda Waterman 11 May

4 Creative Ways People Are Getting out of Debt in 2018

Getting out of debt can be hard. If you’re in debt, you know it’s stressful (otherwise why would you have clicked on this article?). And if you don’t feel stressed by your debt, you’re probably ignoring your debt, which is infinitely worse. Like many of you, I’ve been there. I know how it feels to have debt constantly…

Jeff Proctor 03 May

10 Mistakes to Avoid as a First Time Home Buyer

Buying that first home is one of the most exciting – and nerve-wracking – of experiences. It’s also a minefield with lots of opportunities to trip the unwary. Here are 10 mistakes to watch out for as a first time home buyer. The best way to ensure your first-time homebuying experience turns out well is by…

Jeff Proctor 14 Apr

Knowing Your Credit Score Will Save You Money And Here’s How

Did you know that having a low credit score can increase the cost of a 5 year $20,000 car loan by over $5,000? It’s true, and less than 25% of consumers are aware of it, according to a recent survey. Knowing your credit score is the first step to saving money on loan interest rates. When it comes…

Jeff Proctor 30 Mar

6 Steps To Achieving Financial Freedom That You Need To Start Today

We all want to achieve financial freedom. Are you tired of worrying about bills, not knowing where your money is going each month, or making less than you want? In this article, I share 6 actionable steps you can take today to put yourself in a better financial position. No more wishing things were better. No more…

Jeff Proctor 16 Feb

Excited About Your Big Tax Refund? Here’s Why You Shouldn’t Be

It’s that time of year again! Tax refund time! Depending on where you live, a big tax refund may be a little bit of warmth in an otherwise cold season. Most people that I personally know file their taxes as soon as they can after receiving their income statements from their employers. They are extremely…

Tim Jordan 09 Feb

17 Brilliant Ideas to Pay Off Debt Faster than Ever in 2018

Debt sucks. There is no getting around that. For the majority of the American population, debt will suck the life out of you. f time and money permits, always pay off debt fast. Sure there are some ways to utilize debt to grow wealth, but for most American’s we have a love/hate relationship with debt….

Tim Jordan 14 Jan

Why Am I Poor? 10 Tips to Stop Being Broke

Are you one of those people who is always asking yourself, “why am I poor all the time?” When Jeff posted an article a few weeks back citing that 62% of Americans had less than $1,000 in their savings accounts I was astounded. How was it even possible that a majority of Americans could have…

Ben Huber 19 Nov

How To Use A Credit Card Responsibly

Most people aren’t using credit cards responsibly, and it’s costing them a fortune. If you’re considering signing up for your first credit card, or if you have one already (or more!), you need to make sure you are using credit cards responsibly. This article is going to cover some of my credit card tips for beginners…

David Coleman 13 Nov