I don’t know about you, but I’ve got some big expenses here. New tires for my husbands car – $510. A new oven door, because our oven door glass shattered – $330. Carpentry repair for the stairs my dog broke – ???. Christmas is coming. And I want to cap off my kids college savings […]
I see a lot of people picking on Dave Ramsey’s less than mathematically ideal debt payoff method, the debt snowball. Interestingly, social science says he’s right. When it comes to paying off debt, similar to investing, what matters the most is that it gets DONE. Picking the perfect method for paying off debt doesn’t matter […]
Shopping for car insurance – it’s one of those personal finance tasks that can save you a ton of money, but seems to be a big pain. Maybe you go to one or two websites and shop for good prices, or perhaps you rely on a broker. Well today I’m going to give you my ultimate guide to shopping for car insurance here in the USA.
Doing your taxes as a breadwinning mom can be a pain, but can also be fun if you look at it the right way. Take a peek into my tax assessment and planning strategy. Plus a few interesting stories of my fun and debacles from prior tax years.
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Christmas happens at the same time every year, and yet somehow it always feels like it’s sneaking up on us. When I was young (and broke) I can remember Christmas being a huge struggle. My family isn’t very large, but it sure seemed so at the time. And when I met my husband, not only […]