Do you have a guilty pleasure that always seems to steal attention from your financial goals? For many people, purchasing coffee each morning is becomes their 'expensive' habit. Coffee is more of a want than a need so it’s often looked down upon in the world of personal finance. Financial goals … [Read more...] about Why Getting the Latte Makes You Richer
Let’s be honest, paying back your student loans can be a stressful situation. At the end of the day it doesn’t matter how or for what reason you’ve accumulated your massive student loan debts, you just know that you have a student loan balance that remains which you are reluctant to pay, especially … [Read more...] about The Ultimate Guide to Eliminate Your Student Loans, Without Paying!
Lifestyle Inflation is this almost irresistible phenomenon that we all encounter whenever we obtain a better position at work, more income, a new home or any other financial or lifestyle increase. If you’re trying to get out of debt, save for a home or retirement, or just improve your financial … [Read more...] about Avoid Lifestyle Inflation By Living Like a Broke College Student
I recently announced that I would be spending 2015 traveling through Central America. While Central America is one of the cheapest areas to travel through and I'll be doing several things to keep my expenses down, preparing for the trip still required saving a large sum of money. Saving a large … [Read more...] about 4 Small Ways to Earn Big Money for Travel
We all want to be successful. Most people want to to better than their parents did. We strive to be our best self and even better than that. Over the years I've learned 9 Principles of Success that have kept me motivated as I strive for my goals. These principles apply to entrepreneurs, young adults … [Read more...] about 9 Principles of Success
It's likely that you will have to take on some type of debt to complete a college degree. According to the U.S. Department of Education, "The average total cost of attendance in 2011-12 for first-time, full-time students living on campus and paying in-state tuition was $21,000 at public 4-year … [Read more...] about 5 Easy Ways to Minimize Student Loans