6 Ways to Give Your Finances a Spring Cleaning This Year

You may have a house spring cleaning regimen in place to clear out the cobwebs in your home and ready it for summer. But have you ever thought of applying this concept to your finances? Spring cleaning your finances each year will give you a similar “clean” feeling, as well as netting some pretty significant savings.

Responding to When Someone Calls you Cheap

The other day I was talking to a buddy and he called me cheap.  It wasn’t anywhere near the first time that this happened, nor will it be the last.  I don’t usually take much offense because I am comfortable with myself and my spending habits, but for whatever reason this simple conversation got me to thinking

Avoiding Common Mistakes People Make With Their Money

How good are you at managing their money? For instance, if you were asked without warning for a breakdown on the state of your finances, would you be able to provide one? The answer may well be yes, but it’s also just as likely to be no. Managing your money is important no matter how

April 2012 Net Worth Update – Finally Doubled Up!

When I first started my zero net worth experiment I was curious how long it would take me to double my net worth.  Well, as the title indicates, 13 or so months later I finally did it!  As a reminder on January 18, 2011 I took my positive net worth and made it zero.  This

The Benefits And Risks In Moving For Business

Relocating for the benefits of a new career opportunity can be a very exciting and rewarding experience. It can also be a very trying, tiring and expensive one, which makes it necessary for people to carefully consider the many variables that exist. Transporting yourself and your belongings to a new geographic location entails far more