For nearly two generations, Americans have come to see the Social Security program as the default retirement plan for when we end our time in the workforce. Since 1935, Social Security has provided retirees with a set amount of money each month, based on what they had to pay in during their working lives. Nearly … Continue reading Why Can’t I Just Rely On Social Security For My Retirement?
The debt snowball is a process you may be familiar with, especially if you've done any listening to Dave Ramsey in the past 25 years. But the concept of the snowball transcends just the idea of paying off debt. Indeed, almost every area of our life is in one way or another a sort of … Continue reading We Are All Rolling A Snowball In One Direction Or Another; Where Are You Rolling?
Gas: We all have to put gas in our cars, some more than others. But technology has some great tools for us. Use the GasBuddy app to find the cheapest gas station in your area. Just type in your zip code and the app will show the best prices instantly. If you also drive more smoothly, … Continue reading Five Quick Ideas To Save Money On Everyday Things