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This is a guest post by Financial Wolves, a blog about making money with side hustles to help you achieve financial freedom. With the rising popularity of the gig economy, you see new ways of making money almost every other day. You can go ahead and try a hundred of these. But, if it’s not
Do you get frustrated when unexpected expenses pop up out of the blue? Doesn’t it seem like just when your money picture is starting to improve, some hidden monthly expense comes up and ruins your budget? There is hope. There is a way for you to take control over these expenses so that you can
Jumping into the new year, many of us are on the move to make some extra money. We’ve either set the resolutions of paying off our debts, phone bill, credit cards bill, or we simply want to make a few extra dollars for our checking account. But where does the extra money come from? What
Is there a rule somewhere that tells you how much money you should save every month? There’s no such rule but you’re sure to get a common answer to that question. Many folks would advise that you save a minimum of 15% to 20% of your income. From that amount, they say you should allocate
You’ve probably seen that 52 week money saving challenge that promises you’ll have over $1,000 saved by the end of the year. It starts easily enough by asking you to save $1 the first week, $2 the next, $3 the week after that, and so on. Sounds great, right? Well, there’s a catch. By the
We all make mistakes. Some mistakes are more costly than others, and Christmas is a season where rational thought can go right out the window. If you put too much emphasis on food, candy, and gifts, you can miss out on the true meaning of Christmas. Christmas is the time of year we spend the
Christmas is my favorite holiday. I love buying gifts, decorating, giving extra to charities, and spending money on holiday activities. Even though I’m smart about it and save a little all year in a Christmas savings account, I always overspend. It’s frustrating because it throws off my December budget and makes money tight in January,
The countdown is on… it won’t be long until Christmas arrives at our doorstep. While it’s my favorite time of the year, it’s one of the worst times for my budget. The holidays can be stressful with all of the Christmas parties and festive events, and that doesn’t even consider covering the cost of higher
Andrew and I sat down and added up our debt. It’s embarrassing. We were on a roll – in 2015 and 2016 we paid off almost $30,000 in debt. But we lost our focus. For the past four years, we’ve been pretending our money problems don’t exist. And it isn’t working. Bills keep coming in,