Call us crazy. We don’t care. While most families count their mortgage as their biggest expense, we blow through $3,000 a month on this instead. Here’s why.
Are you blindly tossing money into your 401(k) account every month? Here are 7 mistakes that may be killing your returns.
Being frugal rocks so hard it will give your finances whiplash. Here are 7 reasons why living frugally can change your entire life!
Being self-employed means paying for your own retirement. With several good options to choose from, we went with a Solo 401(k). Here’s why.
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I have a confession. I might be slightly jealous of all the people who know exactly when they will be able to retire. Nothing personal.
One of my clients hasn’t paid me in three weeks. Another just asked for additional work, which was fine, but it means that my invoice will be late. Meanwhile, my website made considerably less money this month than last month, meaning my income projections for January are going to be off. But pssshhhttt…. I don’t care, […]
Dear Becky, Congratulations on your recent decision to purchase a dragon tattoo! I must say that the artwork is fabulous. Since you obviously wanted to buy something that would last forever, I’m glad that you did it right. Lord knows that I’ve blown through loads of cash in my day as well. Being a cheapskate is not the […]
The following is a guest post from our friend John at Frugal Rules. If you are interested in guest posting at Club Thrifty, please see our guest posting guidelines. Welcome Club Thrifty readers! While Holly and Greg enjoy their resort vacation, they’re allowing me to share my musings on growing money with you. Let’s face […]
The other night, I got to spend some time with a friend and co-worker of mine. We went on a work related outing to a local winery to take a tour. We sampled wine, ate a delicious dinner, and had some time to catch up. You see, “Fred” is a friend of my parents and […]