Family Inspiration, Money, & Jobs
When it comes to buying a house, the goal is not to live in the Taj Mahal or have something so expensive you end up being house-poor.
The biggest problem most folks run into with wholesale clubs is overbuying. I mean, who needs nine gallons of mustard?
Q: My wife and I are debt-free except for our house, and she would like for us to go ahead and start a family. I make good money, but I’d still like to wait a little longer and add some extra to our emergency fund before taking that step. Who do you think is right in this situation?
Our son is 6 years old, and we have $18,000 in a 529 plan for him. Should we use that money to pay off debt instead?
Q: I have several rental properties, and lately I’ve been spending a ton of money remodeling them because I allow pets. Do you think I should begin refusing tenants with pets?