Guest Posts

5 Things NOT to Do with Retirement Planning

This is a guest post. If you are interested in guest posting, please feel free to contact me. I will accept guest posts from bloggers who want to share their stories about debt and finances and from brands that have products that coincide with my blog. Enjoy this post from Kacie at Though everyone’s circumstances vary, generally there are a few things NOT to do when preparing for retirement: 5. Missing out on a company match — Some financial experts (Dave Ramsey comes to mind) suggest holding off on all retirement contributions until your debts are paid off....

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Live Your Own Truth

This is a guest post. Enjoy! You know how you’re not supposed to talk about politics and religion in civilized company? I voted for Obama but I’m pretty sure that I registered as a Republican a hundred years ago. And religion? I’m a Jesus freak. So there you have it. I’ll talk about those things all day long. But the one thing I would rather not discuss at the dinner table (or on my blog for that matter)? Money. Money. Money. Money. Money. Oh, and it’s evil twin debt. For many reasons, my husband and I have been dealing...

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5 Ways To Get Out Of Debt

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  This is a guest post. Opinions are that of the author (although I think they are pretty sound!) Enjoy!   It can be difficult to define a definitive debt payoff plan for everyone, because an effective plan should be largely dependent on several factors that are specific to a person’s situation. Considerations such as the amount of debt, the type of debt (credit card, student loans, etc), and income should be taken into account. Nonetheless, there are some general steps that I think everyone can take in order to begin getting out of debt. 1. Get Organized The...

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