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When Should I Buy My First House?

First House

Buying your first house is an exciting, and scary, time in your life. The idea of home ownership is something that appeals to many people for a variety of reasons. There are plenty of financial benefits to be enjoyed, in addition to the autonomy of owning your own property and not having to answer to a landlord. Of course, buying ... Read More »

What to Do When You’ve Already Failed Your New Year’s Resolution

new year's resolutions

Not unlike most, each year I set several New Year’s resolutions. The New Year just leaves me feeling refreshed and ready to get new things accomplished and I generally reflect those feelings in my resolutions. This year I tried not to get too carried away with my New Year’s resolutions, my numerically focused financial goals are a lot more realistic and ... Read More »

5 Ways to Save on Your Summer Vacation

Summer Vacation

Taking a summer vacation is a great opportunity to get away from work for a week or more and spend time with your family or friends. Whether you choose to head to a new destination or back to a spot that you have visited many times, your summer vacation is likely to be one of the highlights of the year. ... Read More »

4 Mistakes to Avoid When Buying a New Car

new car

Buying a new car can be one of the most exciting purchases you can make, but also one of the most expensive. Even a modest car is going to run you up to $30,000 or more, and luxury models can easily cost two and three times that much. Deciding which car is right for you from the hundreds of models ... Read More »

5 Financial Mistakes to Avoid in Your 20s

Financial Mistakes

Your twenties just might be one of the most difficult financial times of your life. For most people, this is the period of time when they move out of their parents’ home, get a job, and set out for life on their own. While that can be exciting opportunity, it can also be difficult to get settled as you start ... Read More »