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Overlooked Costs When Buying a New Car

New Car

Buying a new car can be an exciting time. You get to trade in your old ride for something fresh, hopefully with better gas mileage and more features than your old one had. If you spend a lot of time in your car, as many people do, it is a treat to be able to move up into a “new” ... Read More »

Debt Reduction and Elimination: Attitude Rules

debt reduction

As we expand on our series on Debt Reduction and Elimination (you can find part 1 here), the first thing we’re going to talk about is attitude.  John touched on this a little bit in the introductory post, but because attitude is so vitally important to the success of debt reduction and elimination, we’re including an entire post about it. ... Read More »

How to Use a Credit Card Wisely

Credit Card

Credit cards can be a double-edged sword. On the one hand, they can be a very useful financial tool which helps you build your credit score and handle large purchases. On the other hand, they can mean trouble if you are using them to buy things you really have no place buying. Wise use of credit cards is one of the ... Read More »

How to Make Retirement Planning Easier

Retirement Planning

Retirement planning is an easy thing to put on the back burner – until retirement starts to get closer and you realize you haven’t made the proper preparations to put you and your family in a good position. To make sure you are ready for retirement and are able to sustain yourself financially for the rest of your life, you should ... Read More »

Debt Reduction and Elimination – Introduction

Debt Reduction

As many of you know, I recently bought Wise Dollar from Jose, who started the blog originally. As I was looking to buy the site one of the things I did was go through the existing posts to see what needed a little more love and light of day. That is where I discovered this post on debt reduction and ... Read More »