Setting Financial Goals

Goal setting is something everyone must do. Not only for personal and work goals, but financial goals as well. A solid plan will help us get to early retirement, hefty savings and investments, and whatever else our hearts desire. This week I have been doing lots of reading from books like "The Millionaire Next Door." While being a millionaire is not the ultimate goal for me, it helps put into perspective how much plans, goals, and determination to see them through will help us tremendously in our Read more [...]

Signs That Tell You Are Financially Stable

We all strive to live a life with little debt. We wish for financial fitness and to do things we love and want. Over time we will build up our assets, learn better spending habits, and eliminate our debt. At what point will, though, will we be financially stable? Follow along for financially stability signs. These signs will let you know that you have arrived at a healthy financially fit lifestyle. Automated Finances Those who have it together, automate their finances. They don't have time Read more [...]

What Paying Off A Mortgage Early Means for Me

When you are young, you have an idea of what your life is going to be. you want a good job, family, a nice car, and a nice home. For me, a home was definitely on the list. A few years ago I got my credit in order and secured enough money for a down payment on a home. I went with an FHA loan at 30 years. It came out to be the best price in terms of what I could afford and how much I had for a down payment. Now, I'm looking at paying off my mortgage early and what that means for me. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=39mmtEQrr2k Peace Read more [...]