A few weeks back I was talking to my Dad about paying off my student loans. He suggested that when I am paid off I should use the money I was putting into my loans to save up for a new car. It got me thinking about whether a new car or a used car is a better option.
If you are thinking about getting married soon, chances are that you are trying to save money on your wedding. Weddings can be an expensive event to host, especially if you are getting married at a young age.
Every year in December, people start talking about New Year’s resolutions. The most common among people I know is to get in shape or fix their finances. The problem is, New Year’s resolutions do not work and are a waste of time.
Lots of spending is value driven. For the most part, if you didnt value that 4th beer on a friday night or that cup of joe before work on Tuesday, you wouldn’t spend money buying it.
Eric and I are ‘swapping’ blogs today. When shopping, there are things where it’s OK to buy the cheapest alternative out there and not get burned, then there are things where you don’t want to buy the cheapest version.
Welcome to the newest installment of the Yakezie interview series. Today, we have questions answered by Jason at Live Real Now. Jason has been making major strides cutting his debt and has chronicled the journey at his site.