When looking at making a purchase (especially a large purchase) it’s an excellent idea to figure out whether or not you can afford it. Doing so is not really that complicated. » Read more
It’s become almost a matter of course lately that students take out student loans to attend college. But the fact is, you can go to school without using loans. They’re not a necessity, and it is perfectly possible to graduate without them.
Here are 7 ways you can attend college without taking out student loans: » Read more
We’re now officially debt free, and it feels great. Altogether, we’ve paid off over $147,000 in debt. (Consisting of our mortgage, credit cards, a student loan, a car loan, and a home improvement loan.)
We were sick of the stress that comes with owing money, and of never being able to get ahead, so we decided to get it gone — one debt at a time.
Want to know the details? Read all about how we did it by clicking here.
Would you invest in something that you knew in advance would always lose 28% a year?
I’m pretty sure your answer will be no.
But what about consistently putting your money into something that would always cost you 3% a year? Does the smaller amount of consistent money loss change your answer? » Read more