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How to Prepare to Sell Your Home

If you’re planning to sell your home, there are several things you can do to streamline the process and help your home to sell more quickly. When we sold our last home, we had an accepted offer within a week. The home, although it had many great features, was nothing spectacular in terms of upgrades or special features. In fact, ... Read More »

4 Simple Ways to Save on Pet Expenses

Pet Expenses

It’s not a secret that I’m in debt. I’ve got just under $18,000 of consumer debt and student loans, plus a mortgage of about $117,000. In order to help me pay off my debts as quickly as possible, I’ve been cutting lots of unnecessary expenses like eating out, shopping, and the majority of my entertainment budget. Despite all these cuts, ... Read More »

How Do You and Your Partner Divide Your Money?

Money

Money and relationships is always an interesting topic to discuss. I think there are a number of reasons why, but mainly I think it has to do with the fact that there is no real “right” way for two people in a relationship to divide their money. Personally speaking, my wife and I combined our finances shortly before marriage, and ... Read More »

Get Out of Debt: Staying the Course

Greetings, friends!! Last time we talked in our getting out of debt series about dealing with roadblocks. Today we’ll talk about staying the course and finishing your journey to becoming debt free. One might think it’d be simple to stay on track once you’re smooth sailing on your debt free journey, but as with any goal, there are little monsters that ... Read More »