Friday Financial Quickie #3 – Personal Capital Review The third in a series of quick hitter Friday personal finance posts. Full disclosure: I’m not affiliated whatsoever with Personal Capital (other than I use the app), and simply want to share
Dogs Eat Money, Food, and Time! So, there I was… standing in front of a cage at the Humane Society. There were two dogs in the cage, one timid, the other jumping at the chainlink door. I instantly knew I
Today’s Friday Financial Quickie: 529 Plans vs. Coverdell ESA The second in a series of quick hitter Friday personal finance posts. If you’re expecting, expecting to be expecting or already have kids, college savings has likely been on your mind.
Frugality, Budgeting and Balance I’ve always considered myself to be frugal. I save as much as I can, but don’t don’t take it to the extreme. Instead of depriving myself of the things I value, I just cut out the
Week 1 is in the Books! It seems like just last week I was starting The Wealth Hound. Oh wait, it was last week! I know 1 week isn’t that long, but I’m still celebrating the 1 week anniversary! I’ve
Friday Financial Quickie (The first in a series of quick hitter Friday personal finance posts) Debt Avalanche vs. Debt Snowball There are two well known debt repayment strategies known as the debt avalanche and debt snowball methods. Here’s the difference:
3 Financial Mistakes to Avoid in 2018! The New Year is coming and it’s a great time to re-evaluate your finances. Are you on track to achieve your goals this year? As you start to plan for 2018, be mindful of