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Savvy Family Finance
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Latest Blog Posts

Inside: Discover how the debt snowflake method works and how it can help you pay down debt faster. Hate the feeling of being bogged down by debt? There are ways to pay down debt faster, whether it be a debt snowball or avalanche. But what if you want to do more, no matter how small? Continue reading ...
Posted: May 24 2018 @ 5:12 AM
Inside: Do you spend too much time trying to save a buck? Learn when to say “stop” if you discover you are wasting time trying to save money. I don’t like wasting money. Does anybody? So, when it comes time to make a planned purchase, I like to research, research, research. Continue reading ...
Posted: May 21 2018 @ 7:01 AM
Inside: Learn the basics of portfolio rebalancing. You’ve started investing, whether by opening an IRA, enrolling in the company 401(k) plan or even opening a brokerage account. Yay! Now what? Well, just like your home, car, or body, your investments need an occasional tune-up, or rebalancing. What is portfolio rebalancing? Continue reading ...
Posted: May 09 2018 @ 5:25 AM
Inside: Find out if goals were met or not during April. April is done and gone. We had a quiet month. Summer gave us a bit of a preview and most of us were sick with bad colds for a week or more this month. Somehow, my daughter managed to not get sick while the rest of the family was laid up. Continue reading ...
Posted: May 03 2018 @ 5:16 AM
Inside: Pets are great companions. Find out what impact pets may have to your budget before you bring one home. Have your kids been begging for a pet? Or are you ready for one yourself but are worried about how much it will cost? It is a valid concern because there are significant costs associated with owning a pet. Continue reading ...
Posted: May 01 2018 @ 2:59 AM
Inside: Money is tight but you don’t want to eat a bunch of junk food? There are healthy options that taste great while being light on the wallet. Once in a while, you might find your food budget is tight. Maybe you’ve lost your job, other expenses cropped up, or you are voluntarily trimming your food costs to save money for something else. Continue reading ...
Posted: Apr 25 2018 @ 3:00 AM
Inside: Find out the best time to buy fruits and vegetables to get the best price so you can stock up and save money. Farmers market are starting up again here and I’m looking for a change of pace from stocking the usual apples and oranges for fruit and broccoli and spinach year-round. Continue reading ...
Posted: Apr 19 2018 @ 2:35 AM
Inside: Dollar-cost averaging can help reduce risk and smooth out price fluctuations of investments. Find out what dollar cost averaging is and how to use it to your advantage. With the stock market fluctuations, it can be confusing to know when is the best time to invest. The answer, of course, is when markets are low and will later go up. Continue reading ...
Posted: Apr 17 2018 @ 4:18 AM
Inside: Do you feel buried in papers at home' Find out what documents are okay to get rid of and what paperwork you should keep. It seems insurmountable. The amount of paperwork we have stacked in the office is…a lot. There are two filing cabinets, stacks of files, and boxes of more stuff. Continue reading ...
Posted: Apr 11 2018 @ 3:37 AM
Inside: Find out how goals progressed in March. April and spring are both officially here, so that means it is time for the March wrap up. We had a lazy spring break and didn’t go anywhere other than a day trip to the coast. While there, we did some whale watching as it is migration season. Continue reading ...
Posted: Apr 03 2018 @ 7:04 AM


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