About a month ago, I bought a new house! This is the second home I’ve owned, but the new house is my first time owning a single-family home not connected to any other units. I feel so grown up! I could not have bought such a great home without a mortgage, similar to many other young […]
http://media.blubrry.com/personalprofitability/p/content.blubrry.com/personalprofitability/PPP002.mp3 Podcast: Play in new window | Download Subscribe: iTunes | RSS Thanks to listener Erin for asking our first audio question for episode two of the Personal Profitability Podcast. She asks if she should pay off her student loans first before she starts saving for retirement.
If it’s too good to be true, it usually is. That’s the mentality I had when I first learned about travel hacking, a blanket term for using miles, points, and know how to travel the world in luxury without spending luxury prices, often for free.
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Mint is the biggest and most popular online personal finance tracking site. Founded in 2006, Mint made waves in the personal finance software world thanks to its powerful interface and ability to add transactions from thousands of financial institutions. The company was acquired in 2009, and since then many users believe the site’s functionality and […]
Let’s face it. Spending money is more fun than saving money. Spending money on things you want, when you can afford it, can feel empowering and give you a sense of accomplishment. Conversely, saving money can feel like a chore and can feel limiting. Saving is often equated with having less, or cutting back.