Category Archives: Personal Finance

Do You Know Your Monthly Nut?

Regardless of whether you make $46,000 or $460,000 almost everything in personal finance starts with what I commonly refer to as the “monthly nut.”  I am not sure where I got the term from, but knowing myself I probably giggled at first but now use it almost every single day when discussing someone’s financial situation. … Continue Reading

How I Prepare to Meet My Accountant

Up until I got married to The Wife I did my own taxes as they were straightforward!  A W2, a few bank accounts, an investment account and my student loans.  Then I bought a house and got married…that’s when my tax world became more complicated.  The Wife is an independent contractor, and as an independent… 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