Vacation On A Budget: Give Your Money A Break Too

Whether it is backpacking on the mountains, or lounging on a beach, your vacation is worth taking. Post may contain affiliate links more information is provided in this link. The average price of vacations are $1,145 per person, for a family of four $4,580. That may seem pricey, but if you think about it that … Continue reading Vacation On A Budget: Give Your Money A Break Too

How To Talk To Your Parents About Their Finances

Asking your parents how their money is going is a tough question, but one that needs to happen. Post may contain affiliate links more information is provided in this link. In my more recent posts I have tried to encourage parents to teach their children about money and provided a guide. Now for the more … Continue reading How To Talk To Your Parents About Their Finances

Guide To Teach Your Children About Money

You ultimately guide your children in everything from potty training to growing a career. Post may contain affiliate links more information is provided in this link. Mathematics, science, and reading are subjects which take years to learn and develop. Why should money and finances be any different? The schools aren't teaching it, and you can … Continue reading Guide To Teach Your Children About Money

Teaching Your Children How To Manage Money

Wealth can be inherited, but more importantly, so is the knowledge of how to manage wealth. Wealth building is a journey that must be undertaken by every generation. Post may contain affiliate links more information is provided in this link. The wealthy are becoming wealthier while the poor are becoming poorer. This is very true. … Continue reading Teaching Your Children How To Manage Money

Does Money Buy Happiness? A Case Towards Wealth

Post may contain affiliate links more information is provided in this link. Does money buy happiness? We have all heard how money does not buy happiness. But does it? According to a professor at Harvard, having an income over $75,000 will not increase your happiness. Would you rather have less than $75,000 because a Harvard … Continue reading Does Money Buy Happiness? A Case Towards Wealth

FIRE: Financial Independence, Retire Early

Post may contain affiliate links more information is provided in this link. There is a more recent movement going on called FIRE. As you can tell from the title FIRE stands for financial independence, retire early. The movement started in 1992 with a book Your Money or Your Life. The book asks the reader many … Continue reading FIRE: Financial Independence, Retire Early

Budget For College: Limit The Cost Of You Education

College is expensive, nothing will change that in the near future. However, there are many ways to budget for college. In fact there are even ways to minimize the cost of college and live off just $15/day despite the statistics shown below. Source: College Board, Annual Survey of Colleges; NCES, IPEDS Fall 2016 Enrollment data. … Continue reading Budget For College: Limit The Cost Of You Education

How To Get Money For College: Scholarships

While college may be overwhelming, there are many sources to lower the burden of paying for college. Scholarships are a good way of how to get money for college. Post may contain affiliate links more information is provided in this link. One of the best ways of how to get money for college is scholarships. … Continue reading How To Get Money For College: Scholarships