Get A Financial Life – Personal Finance In Your Twenties and Thirties – Beth Kobliner (Plus Bonus Ferris Bueller)

When I went to the library the other day, I noticed there were two different options for classic best-selling personal finance books that had been newly updated. One was The Automatic Millionaire by David Bach, and the other was this book - Get a Financial Life: Personal Finance In Your Twenties and Thirties. The author … Continue reading Get A Financial Life – Personal Finance In Your Twenties and Thirties – Beth Kobliner (Plus Bonus Ferris Bueller)

Breadwinning, Six Figure, Millionaire Mums – Get Money Wise

Good morning, and happy Working Women Wednesday! Today I have an awesome interview with yet another amazing breadwinning mum (not mom today!) Cath from Get Money Wise. Cath reached out to me on Twitter in response to my call for breadwinning, six figure, or millionaire moms to share their stories - and I'm glad she did. … Continue reading Breadwinning, Six Figure, Millionaire Mums – Get Money Wise

When Good Financial Ideas Go Bad – HSA’s

Health Savings Accounts, or HSA's. Everyone seems to love them, and feel like they're a miracle account.  Believe it or not, despite people telling you how great the HSA is, it's not actually right for everyone all the time. You need to be able to do some analysis on your personal situation to see if an HSA … Continue reading When Good Financial Ideas Go Bad – HSA’s

Saturday Reading with Our Financial Path

Good morning everyone, and happy Saturday! After my rant last week about how all personal finance basics books are the same, I decided to take a break this week from doing my own book reviews. If I'm getting to the point where reading another book triggers a rant, it must be time to regroup and … Continue reading Saturday Reading with Our Financial Path