If you are like most parents, you hardly remember what a vacation feels like. It’s been so long since your last true vacation, that it is merely a distant memory, and one that is fading fast. You have many reasons why you haven’t had one recently, and they are all legitimate. The truth of the […]
Q: My wife and I make $140,000 a year, and we’re working on our debt snowball. We’re almost out of debt, but we still have two small car payments and some credit card debt...
How much of my kids’ summer fun (like camps and sports teams) should I be paying for?
Get out of debt first. Once you’re out of debt and have three to six months of expenses saved in an emergency fund, then you can start saving for things like retirement and college.
When money is tight, what should I get rid of first (Cable bill? Netflix? Gym membership?)