The Art of Saving Money – #FLMonth

April 9, 2011

Tweet Today’s Financial Literacy Month question comes from Linda Lillico at

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The Best Way to Pay Down Debt – Question 5 – #FLMonth

April 5, 2011

Tweet Today’s question comes from Jeff of He’s got an awesome story, so you should really check him out, but not until you’ve left a comment on today’s question here on my site. ­čÖé

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Accelerate Your Mortgage Part Two

March 25, 2011

Tweet In the last post, I talked about the 20-15-25 rule for taking on a mortgage. These next two tips will help you speed up paying off that mortgage once you have acquired one. They will also help accelerate the process of building equity in your home to ensure you don’t end up under water […]

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Accelerate Your Mortgage Part One

March 23, 2011

Tweet We have been in a fairly severe mortgage crisis in our country. I cannot believe the number of For Sale signs that I see in yards as I drive around. It’s so sad to see people’s dreams crumble like that. It’s too bad that so many people have been sold down the river by […]

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Are You Trying to Buy Time or Invest It?

February 10, 2011

Tweet My family and I just returned from a fun little overnight getaway to Great Wolf Lodge near┬áCincinnati. We had an awesome time in the waterpark and just hanging out together. It was a VERY expensive couple of days though. It was funded thanks to a gift though, so fortunately it didn’t impact our budget. […]

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Put Some Passion In Your Money and Your Marriage

June 17, 2010

Tweet I’ve been reading Top Performance by Zig Ziglar and Jim Savage. It’s an awesome book for leaders. There is a lot of advice on how to be a great leader and how to inspire the people that work for you to do great things. Something that really caught my eye toward the end of […]

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How to Reduce Your Spending

May 17, 2010

Tweet Okay, I’m just going to get this out of the way right off the bat. Please excuse me here. I’m going to use the ‘B’ word. Yeah, ‘budget’. You will continue to struggle with reducing your spending until you establish a budget and learn to live on it. It is the starting point for […]

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