What’s the Best Way to Pay Off Debt? Snowball vs Avalanche Method

Debt is the ultimate misery. It can destroy a budget, make long-term financial planning impossible, and make you feel guilty for every purchase you make. No one wants to live with that debt burden. But how do you efficiently get rid of it? Let’s look at two common approaches to paying down debt. The Debt … Continue reading What’s the Best Way to Pay Off Debt? Snowball vs Avalanche Method

Staycation Ideas for Your Family

Let’s face it, this year has looked and felt unlike any other we’ve ever experienced, and unfortunately, there’s a strong chance that it will continue this way for a while. Events postponed. Sports canceled. What’s left to do? We’ve put a list together of things you can do on a budget that are sure to … Continue reading Staycation Ideas for Your Family

Top Financial Practices for High School Graduates

Yay, you did it! Congratulations! Even though the school year didn’t end quite as planned, your hard work paid off! So, what’s next? Do you have a job lined up? Or is college or the military your next chapter? Either way, making sure you are prepared to make smart money decisions is important as you … Continue reading Top Financial Practices for High School Graduates

5 Ways to Find Financial Peace

From a broken-down appliance to a wrecked car or an unexpected medical expense, (not to mention the pandemic), financial stress is easy to find. But stressful money matters don’t have to keep you down for good. If you can find ways to move forward on your financial journey—even if it’s just changing your mentality—you’ll be … Continue reading 5 Ways to Find Financial Peace