Stacy and Joe started 2020 with $65,565 of high-interest debt. This included furniture retail accounts, student loans, auto loans and solar panel financing. At the beginning of the year, they said “No more!” and got serious about paying off their debt. We did an exclusive interview with Stacy about their journey to become debt free. Find out how they were ...

We bought our home with a mortgage in May of 2019 and took some time to reflect on our experience about a year and a half later. Find out about all of our highs and lows during our home buying experience and why we almost didn’t close on the house.  The Good: Our Preparation Something we encourage everyone to do ...

Are you financially healthy? How do you measure your personal financial health? Find out how you can measure your financial health and how to improve it in this article. What Is Personal Financial Health? Personal financial health refers to the state of an individual’s finances. You can improve your personal financial health by learning more about personal finance and adopting ...

Only 41% of adults in the US would be able to cover a $1,000 unexpected expense, according to a 2020 survey by Bankrate. Having an emergency fund can prevent you from going into debt and help you avoid extra stress when the unexpected happens. Find out the top 6 questions answered about emergency funds so you can get prepared and ...

Do you have a clear picture of your personal finances? Your net worth is a measure of your financial health. It also is a tool to evaluate your financial progress over time to help you reach your goals. Learn more about why you should track your net worth and get started with our net worth tracker spreadsheet. Why Track Your ...