Plenty of people seem to be able to supplement their income with side hustles… why does it seem so difficult?
Ideas for the high school grad, college grad, and even professional school grad, all within a reasonable budget.
Frugality isn’t a something I’ve been forced into; it’s a lifestyle choice I have made for myself.
How much money should you have saved up for retirement? A guide for your 20s.
It’s time for a 2017 quarterly update! At the end of 2016, I laid out my financial goals for this year. Here’s where I currently stand with my goals: Pay off all my student debt. As of January 1st, I had about $4,000 saved up towards the last $10,000 of debt. I’m now at $1,300 (after…… Continue reading A 2017 Savings Goal Update – Q1
The last update I gave on my student debt was back in September and was also one of my very first posts on this blog. I am now happy to report that my outstanding debt has dropped from $10K to $5K! Let me recap the situation. My parents made an agreement with me and my siblings…… Continue reading Student debt: $5K down, $5K to go!
It’s April, which means tax returns are due! I had to file taxes in three different states for 2016, which ended up being quite a pain. That said, I got roughly $1,000 in tax refunds, which is incredibly exciting! I’m excited mostly because it was almost going to be just $300 before I realized that I…… Continue reading What I did with my tax refund