I love checklists. Especially when I want to make progress in a particular area but don’t exactly know what steps to take. This is a personal financial checklist that covers many of the steps I have taken over last decade that have helped me move from being a financial mess to having a little bit of an idea of what’s going on.
(The following is an abbreviated transcription from a video Linda & I recorded with Mel & Murph Stewart. Please excuse […]
(The following is a transcription from a video Linda and I recorded. Please excuse any typos or errors.) Today Linda […]
(The following is a transcription from a video Linda and I recorded. Please excuse any typos or errors.) We had […]
I keep checking my mailbox to get an invitation to speak at a school graduation, but alas, the invitation never came. Therefore, I’m going to share 10 tips I wish I had when I graduated (high school and college). 1. When given the choice to learn from your own mistakes or the mistakes of others . . .
Creating a debt snowball is my preferred method of getting out of debt. When Linda and I were paying off […]
While I think few would argue that paying off debts is a good thing, there is a better way to accurately see the big picture of your finances. It is called your NET WORTH. And no it is not just a number that rich people talk about at cocktail parties. It is what financially savvy people use to track their progress.
Lately, I have been talking to a lot of folks who are heavily burdened by their student loan debts – […]