Category Archives: Budgets

How To Make A Million Dollars Like A Turtle (Or: The Story of Compound Interest)
Yes… really. I’m not talking about some crazy get-rich-quick scheme, either. If anything, it’s a “get-rich-slowly” kind of thing. The tortoise knew what he was talking about. Slow and steady does win the race – especially with money.

Why? Because of compound interest.

Money earns compound interest when interest payments are calculated using the invested amount (called the principle) AND also adds up on the interest you’ve already earned....
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How does your budget measure up?
Planning out a budget (and then actually sticking to it) is one of the hardest, but most important, tasks you can do for your financial wellbeing. Nobody actually likes being on a budget (well, I’m sure some folks out there do, but I’ve never met them…). However, creating a useful budget can be pretty easy if you have a good resource. With the tools in this article,...
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19 Easy Tips to Get Out (And Stay Out) Of Debt!
Seems like everywhere you look, you get the same old advice for getting your finances on track. All fluff… no real meat. Well, we put our heads together and compiled this list of 19 tips to help you get out of debt, and stay out of debt for good. These tips are easy to put in to action, simple to understand, and proven to work! More Comments are closed