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In honor of International Women’s Day, I’m collaborating with over 40 other bloggers to inspire women to improve their finances. Check out posts from my amazing co-collaborators on the landing page for the #WomenRockMoney Movement, and share how you plan to improve your financial position this year using #WomenRockMoney. 🙂 ****** Women are taking theContinue reading → The post Get Off Your Assets and Conquer Your Money appeared first on Their ...
Posted: Mar 08 2018 @ 7:00 AM
It’s an age old question: should you pay off debt or save/invest' At the end of last week, I read an interesting guest post about student loans and asset allocation written by The Physician Philosopher (“TPP”) for Physician on Fire‘s (“PoF”) blog. In it TPP talked about the diversification his student loans provide for his investment portfolio becauseContinue reading → The post The One Simple Reason to Kill Debt Before Investing appeared first on ...
Posted: Mar 05 2018 @ 7:00 AM
Welcome to my debt payoff update for February 2018! In these updates, I detail how much we paid, tell you about any extra income we received during the month, and finally tally where we stand now. I started this site to hold D and me accountable in our debt payoff journey. I also want toContinue reading → The post February 2018 Debt Payoff Update: $13,051.03 Paid appeared first on Their Money ...
Posted: Mar 01 2018 @ 7:00 AM
Remember when I told you that seventy-eight percent of full-time workers in America are living paycheck to paycheck' You may be surprised to learn that this issue affects not only low-income households, but households at all income levels, including those bringing in six figures. A lot of the struggling six-figure households are likely falling preyContinue reading → The post Lifestyle Inflation, The Silent Dream Killer appeared first on Their Money Goals. ...
Posted: Feb 26 2018 @ 10:00 AM
I listened to an episode of one of my favorite podcasts this morning that truly resonated with me regarding handling money in marriage, and I want to share with you guys. If you follow me on Twitter, you may have seen my tweet about it already. The Redefining Wealth Podcast is hosted by Patrice Washington andContinue reading → The post Three Tips for Handling Money in Marriage appeared first on Their Money ...
Posted: Feb 23 2018 @ 12:13 AM
There’s lots of advice about mortgages out there. Much of this advice centers on how to get a mortgage, but what if you already have one (like two-thirds of Americans do)' Fewer people talk about how to handle your mortgage once you’ve signed on the dotted line. Most of us pay the mortgage payment setContinue reading → The post The Number One Mortgage Myth You Don’t Want to Fall For appeared ...
Posted: Feb 19 2018 @ 3:37 PM
Your co-worker always has the latest fashions and showed up to the office today rocking the pair of Louboutins you’ve been wanting. Your neighbor pulled up in a brand new luxury car yesterday when you were getting out of your 5-year-old Honda Accord. Your best friend is still sun-kissed from her fancy two-week island vacation,Continue reading → The post Don’t Ruin Your Tomorrow Trying to Impress Others Today appeared first on ...
Posted: Feb 15 2018 @ 6:04 PM
Have you heard the one about the smoker and the Ferrari' A woman sees a man smoking and asks how many packs a day he smokes, how much each pack costs, and how long he’s been smoking. Once he tells her, she does some quick back-of-the-envelope math and informs him that if he had investedContinue reading → The post How to Win at Money with Tax Refunds appeared first on Their ...
Posted: Feb 12 2018 @ 10:00 AM
We didn’t always tithe. We used to feel like we couldn’t afford it. As we started growing in our faith and learning about tithing, we started looking at our budget to figure out how we could tithe. We started out giving 10% of our take-home pay plus 10% of our tax refund. Within the lastContinue reading → The post Tithing While Paying Off Over a Half Million Dollars in Debt appeared ...
Posted: Feb 09 2018 @ 12:30 AM
One of the smartest moves you can make with your finances is to build an emergency fund. Read on to learn more about this essential financial tool. What is an emergency fund' An emergency fund is money you set aside for the unexpected expenses or unforeseen events that pop up in life. Your emergency fundContinue reading → The post Everything You Need to Know About Emergency Funds appeared first on Their ...
Posted: Feb 05 2018 @ 10:00 AM


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