Doesn’t “optimizing your expenses” sound so much more fun and important than cutting your budget? I think so, and that’s the perspective I like to take on finding places to cut back on expenses. So far I’ve talked about making your plan to pay off non-deductible debt, protecting yourself and your family (both your personal […]
Part of a solid foundation to financial freedom is protecting yourself and your family. That means protecting your property through insurance; your health, life, and ability to earn income; and your identity. But it also means protecting yourself from financial mistakes, and the best way to do that is through the use of an investment […]
This article has all the information you’ll need to know to recover your identity once its stolen. Given all the issues with data breaches lately, most likely your identity has already been stolen. If you don’t know it yet, it’s just because the thieves haven’t gotten to your information to use it. If it does happen to you, or a friend, this article has you covered.
In this article I’ll cover five steps to protect yourself from identity theft, plus share my personal experience with having my identity stolen. Fortunately I was able to pretty quickly recover from identity theft thanks to listening to Clark Howard’s podcasts for years, and reading so much on personal finance.
On Monday I talked about protecting your personal property – your car, your home/condo/belongings (for renters), and your assets. Today I’m going to deep dive into protecting your health, life, and ability to earn income. After knowing your net worth, getting to know your cash flow, discovering your dreams, and planning to pay off non-deductible […]
Getting out of debt. It’s a dream for many, no matter what kind of debt you might have. I’m focusing today on the first part of the second tier of financial freedom – making a plan to pay off “non-deductible” debt. What’s “non-deductible” debt again? It’s the worst kind of debt-the kind where you can’t […]