Emergency Fund vs. Rainy Day Fund

You may have heard the terms ‘emergency savings’ and ‘rainy day funds’ and think they’re interchangeable terms when it comes to your finances. However, there is a

What Not to Procrastinate

We all have a lot going on in our lives and often have to pick and choose what we accomplish during any given week. Yet, there are some financial responsibilities in our

Money Mistakes When Single

When you are single, you are in complete control of where and how your money is being used. While an empowering feeling, it can also lead to pitfalls when there isn’t

Life After Bankruptcy

The decision to file for bankruptcy is often not an easy one. Rebuilding after bankruptcy can be even more difficult. Not only are you having to deal with several

Healthy Living & Finances

When planning out your financial future, your health and overall wellbeing has to play a major role. Healthy living can help prevent more serious issues down the line,

Repair or Replace: Car Edition

You’ve been driving the same car around for a while now. It’s been a reliable car, taking you to and from work and more road trips than you can count. However, you’ve

Life After Debt

Congratulations, you’ve finally accomplished the goal of paying off your debt. That weight off your shoulders has disappeared and you now have the freedom to do more of