Living On One Income!

Posted by on Oct 7, 2012 in General | 0 comments

I’ve recommended before that couples who are ultimately planning on one person staying home with children, start running their finances and their budget that way from the beginning. That’s simply the best way to be prepared for what is to come. I’ve also pointed out that one of the best times to save is before […]

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How To Maximize Your Happiness Quotient With Spending

Posted by on Jun 9, 2012 in General | 0 comments

Despite popular assertions to the contrary, science tells us that money can buy happiness. To a point. From a recent study (my emphasis): We report an analysis of more than 450,000 responses to the Gallup-Healthways Well-Being Index, a daily survey of 1,000 US residents conducted by the Gallup Organization. […] When plotted against log income, […]

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The Six Best Ways to Beat Credit Card Debt

Posted by on Feb 14, 2012 in General | 1 comment

The national average credit card balance for 2011 was $6,576, down from $7,404 the previous year — and while it’s certainly nice to see improvement, I also know that any kind of debt can feel like you have Justin Tuck climbing on your back. (That’s a New York Giants reference, by the way. Google him […]

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