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DIK (Dual Income, Kids)
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There are only a couple of absolute guarantees that I can always make when it comes to investing in the stock market. The stock market will rise and the stock market will fall.  One of those two things will happen at the end of every day.  The emotions that these two movements in the markets […] The post 3 Steps you Need to Take in a Volatile Stock Market appeared first ...
Posted: Aug 21 2017 @ 6:00 PM
I hit publish on Save Splurge Deny Debt on February 14 of this year and the other night I realized that it would be six whole months since I started a blog.  I then realized I should probably write up some sort of post about this small milestone. It would serve as a way to […] The post 6 Month Anniversary of Save Splurge Deny Debt! appeared first on Save Splurge ...
Posted: Aug 16 2017 @ 6:00 PM
When I was a senior in high school and just turned 18, I had around $7,000 in a savings account.  I made great money and worked a lot of hours for a teenager, and didn’t spend a lot on much more than video games and gas. I would always go deposit my paycheck in person […] The post Stop Thinking About it and Just Invest Today! appeared first on Save Splurge ...
Posted: Aug 14 2017 @ 6:30 PM
About two months ago, we embarked on decluttering our lives and ridding our home of all the unnecessary items that we never use.  You can read all about why we started this process here. The main reason was to de-stress and de-clutter the house, refocus our true priorities and values, and save money in the […] The post Minimalism-ish Update #2: (Very) Slowly but Surely Getting There! appeared first on Save ...
Posted: Aug 09 2017 @ 6:30 PM
How many spouses can rattle off the passwords and account numbers of every financial account each other has'  My guess is 0%.  While communication is extremely important in money and marriage, sometimes the little details can be overlooked. My wife recently brought this up when she realized she wouldn’t be able to get into a […] The post The Information You Need in Your Emergency Financial Folder appeared first on Save ...
Posted: Aug 07 2017 @ 6:30 PM
There is a pretty big battle on the internet regarding if someone needs or does not need a budget.  Google (or Bing, if that is your thing) ‘why you don’t need a budget’ and 4 of the articles on the first page all declare you NEED a budget.  There are some very different opinions out […] The post The Easiest Budget in The World (Only 3 Rules to Follow) appeared first ...
Posted: Aug 04 2017 @ 6:45 PM
Well July came and went fast for our family.  We enjoyed a great trip to see my grandmother in Nebraska.  Along the way we saved a lot of money using travel rewards, created some awesome memories on my grandparent’s farm, and got away from our normal routine. We drove back on the 4th of July, […] The post No Buy July Recap and Musings! appeared first on Save Splurge Deny Debt. ...
Posted: Aug 02 2017 @ 6:30 PM
My wife and I are nearing the end of our fun ‘No Buy July’ challenge.  I will be updating the results and posting them soon to talk about how that challenge ended up for us.  We had a fun time competing and also helping each other to stay on course when the urge to buy […] The post Another Month, Another Summer Savings Challenge! appeared first on Save Splurge Deny Debt. ...
Posted: Jul 31 2017 @ 6:45 PM
While I have been under the weather my awesome wife Whitney surprised me with a guest post!  She is the most thoughtful wife ever and has been wildly supportive of me spending hours on the computer with this blog.  Enjoy her words of advice on a topic I have touched on before.  Afterwards, you can […] The post Building A Financial Team: A Wife Guest Post! appeared first on Save Splurge ...
Posted: Jul 26 2017 @ 6:45 PM
Do you ever sit back and realize how much money you spend buying gifts every year'  There are baby showers, weddings, birthdays, Valentine’s Day, kids school made up holidays, and then top it all off with Christmas.  It can really kick your budget’s ass when you have a month of multiple events.  Sticking to a […] The post Why You Need to Levelize Your Yearly Gift Budget appeared first on Save ...
Posted: Jul 19 2017 @ 6:30 PM


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