Side Hustle Required
- Created on 29 July 2014
I read an excellent post from a friend at The Shop My Closet Project outlining a debt snowball barometer. Your snowball might be icy unless you can reach the $500-$1000/month debt repayment level. For those serious about dumping debt, I urge you to begin with a budget. I’ve run across several “experts” recently poo-poo’ing the idea of a budget as being restrictive or old school. Ignore them please! Your budget is going to help you get ahead by knowing exactly where you are financially.
After budgeting for the month, trimming where you can, and making a plan to attack debt; you may just need more money to light a fire under your debt snowball. In these cases, a side hustle is required. Realizing that time is limited and everyone is beyond busy, I came up with a list that can fit a variety of schedules and don’t require a significant cash outlay upfront.
Free Budgeting in Cyberspace
- Created on 22 July 2014
Are you looking for useful tools to help create a budget and manage your spending? Never fear, the Internet is here. We've looked at a number of useful options and boiled it down to three. Our criteria was simple: FREE and EASY. Depending on your needs, there's a tool for you. Keep reading to the end, we definitely saved the best for last.
Does Credit Monitoring Make Good Cent$?
- Created on 10 July 2014
Credit monitoring services cost between $10-$30/month. The companies tout a bevy of services, including: