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Category Archives: Debt
Podcast: Play in new window | Download How are creditors and borrowers supposed to act What a debt agreement actually is Viewpoint from the borrower and the creditor How to avoid the rat race all together Quote of the lesson
Podcast: Play in new window | Download Having a down payment is an important part of buying a home Where not to get a down payment for your next home Borrowing money for a down payment is like a shell … Continue reading
Podcast: Play in new window | Download Different format to the show today Sharing my thoughts from doing 100 lessons of the show Doing the podcast has taught me a lot about money How you can help show your support … Continue reading
I haven’t talked much about our personal life on the blog lately but Lisa and I are expecting our 3rd child, a daughter, in July. It’s an exciting time for our family and we’re excited to welcome our baby girl … Continue reading
Podcast: Play in new window | Download It’s important to know what to do when purchasing a home Even more important to know what to do before you start the process The most important three things to do before we … Continue reading
Podcast: Play in new window | Download Want to set a solid financial foundation but don’t know where to start? Five exercises to take control of your finances Why it is important to have your goals set before the new … Continue reading
My employer’s 401(K) administrator thinks you’ll always have some kind of consumer debt. What says you?
Yes, this is part of a real email I got from my employer’s 401(K) provider. I tried to read the whole article but after reading the first two sentences I just had to stop. The article first promises something that … Continue reading
Due to my interest in all things personal finance, I read a variety of articles dealing with personal finance from all kinds of different sources. It helps me keep up with recent trends and know what pop culture is saying … Continue reading
Podcast: Play in new window | Download How people can be in the same situation but experience a completely different result Based on Jim Collins chapter in Great by Choice on Return on Luck How to get to the best … Continue reading
Often in conversation with young adults and newlywed couples the topic of buying a house is mentioned. I understand and know why; buying a home is an exciting thing, not to mention the constant reminders from friends and co-workers that … Continue reading