6 Tips To Stick To Your Budget When You Have Absolutely No Motivation

The following is a guest blog post: It’s easy to get the motivation to start budgeting for a week or two, but it can be more difficult to sustain that momentum over a longer period of time. If you’re truly committed to your long-term financial goals, it’s critical to keep budgeting even when things aren’t … Read more 6 Tips To Stick To Your Budget When You Have Absolutely No Motivation

What Not To Do When You’re In Debt

The following is a sponsored blog post: There’s lots of advice floating around about what to do when you’re in debt—tighten your purse strings, pay down your debts in a certain order, try various relief strategies, etc. At the end of the day, there’s no one perfect way to handle debt. The most relevant advice … Read more What Not To Do When You’re In Debt

5 Tips For Consolidating Credit Card Debt

The following is a sponsored blog post: Is there truly anyone out there who likes or needs the stress of managing multiple credit card payments? No, not likely. You risk missing or making a late payment, assuming you don’t have automated payments set up, and it’s really just not necessary. Imagine having one payment instead … Read more 5 Tips For Consolidating Credit Card Debt

Don’t Let Debt Kill Your Future

The following is a sponsored blog post: Most people have big plans for their futures—a list of things that may not be possible at this exact present moment, but that they hope will come true in time. The possibilities are endless: having children, going back to school, retiring, traveling the world, buying a home, moving … Read more Don’t Let Debt Kill Your Future

How Can You Tell When You’re Ready To Start Investing?

The following is a paid blog post: People know that they have to save and invest their money in order to have a retirement fund. And since most people do not plan to work for their entire lives, investing and retirement planning has to be done relatively early on in life. On the other hand, … Read more How Can You Tell When You’re Ready To Start Investing?