Guide to Budgeting & Tracking Money For Newlyweds

August 31, 2008

Do you often wonder where you money goes? Do you struggle to save money after all of your bills are paid? The problem is your budget, or lack of a budget. Less than 5% of the households in the United States keep a consistent household budget, and that is why 95% of the nation struggles […]

The Newlyweds Guide To Buying An Affordable House

August 30, 2008

One of the first things on the minds of newlyweds is buying a house. This is ironic, because most young newlywed couples aren’t in a good financial position to buy a house. Buying a house is a huge endeavor, and you must have SOME cash to buy it. The days of getting into a house […]

Will Honda Stand By the Quality of Their Cars?

August 29, 2008

Our Honda CRV had the compressor rod in the air conditioner shatter two days ago.  We took it into the dealer and apparently it’s a frequent problem with 2003 and 2004 CRV’s and will cost around $2100 to fix. Paying for QualityThe reason we spend more to buy Honda’s is because they’re known for their […]

How to Save Money on Your Honeymoon and Still Have A Blast

August 28, 2008

With all the money spent on your wedding the last thing you want to do is break the bank on your honeymoon. You still want it to be a beautiful, romantic trip to remember though! Here are a seven ways to get the most out of your honeymoon without spending a fortune: Make a budget […]

Newlywed’s Guide To Finding An Affordable Apartment

August 27, 2008

For those of you who decided that buying a house isn’t right for you at this point in your life, your next step is finding an affordable apartment or rental house. In Florida, rent for apartments and houses has sky-rocketd, because the demand has increased so much. In metro areas of cities in Florida such […]

How to Register For Wedding Gifts – A Guide to Maximizing Your Wedding Registry

August 26, 2008

Creating a wedding registry is one of the best parts about getting married. (Besides the fact that you’ve found the love of your life, and you’re about to embark on your happily-ever-after.) Here’s the quick and simple guide to get the most out of your wedding registry with the least amount of stress: Understand that […]

College Student Money Tips – Managing Your Money on Campus

August 26, 2008

One of the biggest challenges of getting a college degree is coming up with the money to pay for your education.  Everyone’s biggest concern is typically how to pay for tution but the money issues definitely don’t end there. Once you’ve figured out how to afford the college bill you’re still faced with room and […]

Planning a Wedding Without Breaking the Bank

August 25, 2008

Chances are, the first thing you will want to do when you find out you are going to be married is to start planning! Whether you’re dreaming of having a large traditional wedding, or an intimate gathering of close family and friends, it can be easy to go overboard in the planning stages. There are […]

Secured Credit Cards & Secured Loans Can Help Build Your Credit History

August 24, 2008

Secured credit cards and secured loans are an alternative to signing up for a regular credit card in order to build your credit history.  I recently received the email below from a reader who is a recent college graduate and is looking to build up her credit history so she can buy a home in the […]

Personal Finance Review – Lost Camera Edition

August 22, 2008

What’s your favorite digital camera?  Ours walked away while my wife and son were at the State Fair last week.  We don’t know if someone snatched it or if it just fell out of the stroller, either way we no longer have a camera. The worst part was we had pictures from both a visit […]

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