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What You Should Know About Retirement Savings Accounts

The days of banking on work pension plans and social security are nearly at an end. There’s a reason why now, more than ever, saving money for retirement is an imperative. If you’re doubting your ability to do so, or if you’re simply trying to gain the knowledge that will help you plan for the … Continue reading What You Should Know About Retirement Savings Accounts

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I can't believe I've done it again. I was doing so well till this old habit creeped back in again. Don't make this mistake that keeps you financially strapped. #moneysaving #finances #budget #debt

The Biggest Mistake That Keeps You Financially Strapped

I can't believe I've done this again. Things were going so well. My blog income had allowed me to pay down almost $15,000 of credit card debt in the last 3 months. I was feeling really good about it. Finally, after all the years of going backwards more than forwards, I was making headway. I … Continue reading The Biggest Mistake That Keeps You Financially Strapped

Are you interested in paying down debt? Here's how this blogger paid off $30,000 in debt in just one year! Yes, it is possible to do this! Click

How I Paid Off $30,000 Of Debt Last Year — Debts To Riches

As I begin my own journey towards financial independence, aka paying down a shit ton of debt, I will be sharing with you stories of inspiration I have found by other financial/budget/frugal bloggers. These posts help keep me on track and moving towards my goal. Feel free to motivate me with a good lash whipping … Continue reading How I Paid Off $30,000 Of Debt Last Year — Debts To Riches

Are you stressed and tired of living paycheck to paycheck? Check these reasons why and learn how to finally break free of the cycle. #debt #finances #money

5 Reasons You Can’t Break The Cycle Of Living Paycheck To Paycheck

On my drive back from yet another Christmas meal with family yesterday, 3 turkeys in 3 days, I could not help but notice the 5 mile long traffic jam surrounding every shopping mall I passed. I realize that it is Boxing Day and that I have seen some great deals in the flyers but holy … Continue reading 5 Reasons You Can’t Break The Cycle Of Living Paycheck To Paycheck

Reasons and tips why you may not be successful as a couple when it comes to creating a budget and am becoming financially stable.

5 Reasons Why You Are Failing Financially As A Couple

It was a major cause of divorce in our parents’ day, and it still is today: money. It’s right up there with infidelity and incompatibility, and even tends to rate higher than abuse and alcohol in most surveys conducted with experts like divorce lawyers and marriage counsellors. We hear about it and we know it, … Continue reading 5 Reasons Why You Are Failing Financially As A Couple

The following are part of my families' financial plan. Trust me from experience when I say that you will increase the chances of your marriage surviving if you can at the very least, minimize the financial consequences.

Bipolar Disorder: The Financial Burden

Statistically speaking, the odds are stacked against you. In the United States and Canada, at least 40 percent of all marriages fail. But the statistics for marriages involving a person who has bipolar disorder are especially sobering—an estimated 90 percent of these end in divorce, according to a November 2003 article, “Managing Bipolar Disorder,” in … Continue reading Bipolar Disorder: The Financial Burden