Tracking your expenses is a skill you will need for the rest of your life, so the sooner you figure out which method works best for you, the sooner you’ll be on your way to building wealth. Read more!
Why should you track your spending? It’s the first step to getting your finances in order. You can’t make a budget, adjust spending habits or set financial goals if you don’t know where your money is going. Read more!
If you’re serious about cutting cost, you probably took a good look at your monthly expenses and realized that your energy bill consistently takes a large chunk out of your budget.
In an average home about half of the electric and gas bill is attributed to heating and cooling. This adds up to around $1,000 a year. What can you do to redirect that cash towards paying down debts? Consider the following: Read more!
How do you cut your entertainment expenses without cutting your entertainment?
If your plan for becoming debt free is all work and no play then you’ll probably give up pretty quick. It’s unreasonable to eliminate all entertainment, but you can make smarter choices when it’s time to have fun. Read more!
The best way to cut auto-related cost is to use your car less. Daily commute car expenses can add up fast. Here are some pros to finding alternative ways to get to work. Read more!
There probably isn’t another commodity that is as expensive as airfare, especially when it’s an international flight. Planning on purchasing a flight to visit family or go on vacation? Here’s how to do it without breaking the bank: Read more!
Most of us think of coupons as a bit outdated, but did you know that there are several tech companies that offer a modern spin on coupon clipping? One of these companies is RetailMeNot. The company started out offering discount codes for online purchases and it did very well, becoming the largest coupon site not only in the United States, but also in the United Kingdom. Read more!
When might a bicycle rental shop be a good investment for your portfolio? As is always the case, we need to filter our business ideas through four criteria: Read more!
In my book Forever Cash, I talk about the word “asset” and how some people (in my opinion) misapply it. Essentially, an asset is something that has value – I’m sure that we agree on that. But for me, the definition should go a little further: an “asset” should be the opposite of “an expense”; it should put money into your pocket and not take money out of it. Read more!