Things to Consider Before Securing a Title Loan

Payday loans and title loans have a notoriously bad rap; however, there are hundreds of companies that provide such loans still in business which proves that they are obviously in high demand. With the economy strained and many families now living on one or a small fixed income, many don’t have room for error in

I Feel Guilty Making Unnecessary Purchases

I have this character trait that is probably odd/weird/annoying to those that don’t actually write on their own personal finance blog; I feel literally guilty when I even think about the action of purchasing items I don’t need.  It is almost like buyer’s remorse prior to actually purchasing the item.  But it gets worse, I

How Much Will Your Expenses Be in Retirement?

There has been a trend in retirement planning that I don’t particularly understand, the trend is propagated by the main stream financial companies/publications that look for easy answers that are not so easy.  In retirement planning you don’t need 50%, 60%, 70%, 80%, 90% or 100% of your pre-retirement income.  During retirement you need the