Pull Down The Interest On Your Debt To Increase Your Savings: 3 Tips

I'd like to welcome guest writer Stacy B. Miller to my blog. Stacy wrote this very informative article and it's definitely worth a look! She's a great writer and I appreciate her contribution to my blog. Show her some $aving George love and go check out her blog Kissyourmoney.com Do you want to save more … Continue reading Pull Down The Interest On Your Debt To Increase Your Savings: 3 Tips

YOU Can Save Money and Should

You know you need to save money, but it can be hard if you're just trying to make ends meet especially on a small income.  After all, you have bills to pay today, so it's hard to make saving for tomorrow a priority. Even higher-income people can find themselves living paycheck to paycheck without much room in … Continue reading YOU Can Save Money and Should

Why Saving a Little Today Means a Better Tomorrow

  As I sit here watching the news I began thinking about our money saving journey. It seems it's ALWAYS on my mind. Why not SAVE all we can? It's not that hard and greatly improves YOUR FUTURE! Becoming rich (or comfortable) is one of those things many of us dream about; waking up with no financial … Continue reading Why Saving a Little Today Means a Better Tomorrow

After All, It’s Your Money. Or Is It?

As I sit here watching the Alabama vs. Florida State football game I began to think about the world we live in and what it's become. All the fancy commercials and ads designed to do nothing but get you to spend your hard earned money. And guess what? IT WORKS. The last three ads have been fast … Continue reading After All, It’s Your Money. Or Is It?

The Magic of Compound Interest

  The magic of COMPOUND INTEREST will literally change your life. I'm not talking about a measly low interest savings account offered by banks and credit unions either! For the most part, the typical savings account can't even keep up with inflation and will actually lose money if left there long enough! Although they do serve the … Continue reading The Magic of Compound Interest