Category Archives: Personal Finance

Maximizing Family Resources to Get College Financial Aid

It’s no secret that paying for college is an incredibly expensive proposition these days. Tuition at private schools has been steadily rising for years, and state financial troubles have now caused public school tuition to skyrocket, as well. No matter how much or how long you save, it often seems as though no amount of… Continue Reading

How I Saved $80 with Sprint and Why You Should Read Personal Finance Blogs

I, like most people, do not check my monthly bills that are on auto pay unless something goes wrong.  So I am sure you can imagine my surprise when I was checking out one of the oldest personal finance blogs, My Money Blog, and I learned something about my specific Sprint Bill. In the post… Continue Reading

Household Saving and Spending Advice

When you are faced with a regular pile of household bills, it can often be a little daunting working out where to start if you’re trying to save money. However, there are some relatively simple things you can do to save on your household bills and ensure you get the best deals available. Of course,… Continue Reading

Buying an Asset with a Mortgage or Debt Doesn’t Necessarily Change your Net Worth

I got into an interesting conversation with a commenter the other day on another blog and it made me realize that there are some people out there who don’t actually understand some of the basics of Personal Finance. I don’t talk about the basics to often on My Journey to Millions, because quite frankly, how… Continue Reading

Calculating Possible Future Housing Expenses

The Wife and I have been giving serious thought to listing our house after the new year, and it was in the course of a recent discussion that The Wife told me she just wanted to know the “bottom line” in terms of future housing costs.  Her concern is that an upgrade to our current… Continue Reading

Affording the Costs of Living

I’ll readily admit that I think about money a lot. Not just money, but a variety of factors that involve money, including savings, bargains, investments and general frugality. It’s more that I see life as a division between time and labor—using the present to prepare for the future and using mental work to prevent being… Continue Reading