Someone asked me to share my favorite free household or personal budgeting spreadsheets… Each one of these budgeting templates are free… If you use OpenOffice (basically a free version of Microsoft Office)…
Christmas brings the crafter out in me. Not only do I want to bake and make homemade gifts, but I want to decorate! In most homes you will find a Christmas Tree decorated. And, in our home there is no exception! The Christmas Tree is a staple in our home during the Season. Not only […]
Swagbucks is a site that allows you to earn cash/rewards in a variety of ways. I’ve used them off and on over the last few years, and am now just getting around to writing a thorough review of them.
Many investors are more than a bit intimidated when it comes to getting started. They mistakenly assume that investing needs to be complicated in order to be successful. That belief may even cause them to delay investing, or even to never get on board at all. In truth however, investing can be incredibly simple ”“ […]
This is the most basic question when it comes to retirement planning – how much do you need to retire? You really can’t know if you’re saving enough money for retirement unless you first decide what the target is, and that’s what we’ll show you today. The Biblical view of retirement Interestingly, the Bible is […]
If you”re new to investing, you”re probably aware that there are literally dozens of asset classes you can invest your money in. To make it easier for you, we”ve selected 10 classes, and broken them down between traditional and nontraditional, with five assets in each category. 5 Traditional Ways to Invest Your Money If you”re […]
There are literally dozens of ways to invest your money – and account types to invest them in – but one stands head and shoulders above the rest. The Roth IRA may very well be the single best investment vehicle available. While other retirement plans are tax deferred, Roth IRAs are tax free. Do we […]
Many people are perfectly content to not know what’s going on in their investment portfolios. They’re happy to turn the job of investing over to someone else, like a financial advisor, so that they can tend to other things in their lives. And maybe there’s even some comfort in being able to blame someone else […]