My Dining Out and Grocery Budget Compared to My Neighbors


Tweet Have you ever wondered how your spending stacks up against your neighbors? Maybe you think you have spending under control but since your friends are telling you exactly what they are spending it’s hard to say for sure. This is the fun thing about Bundle. You can poke around with spending data for all […]

Join Me on the 401(k) Coach Radio Show Tuesday at 1 p.m.

Tweet I just wanted to throw a quick reminder out there that I’ll be on the 401(k) Coach’s blog talk radio show today at 1 p.m EST hosted by Dean Voelker. Dean is an Accredited Asset Management Specialist based out of South Bend, IN, which is just a few miles from where I live. You […]

Fun Gift Ideas for the Book Lover in Your Life


Tweet Books are a great way to escape from the doldrums of everyday living.  Contained within the pages of the latest bestseller or literary classic is a world completely unlike your own.  Each turn of the page offers insight into another person’s life, interests, successes, disappointments, and routine.  No matter what your circumstance may be, books can provide you with […]

How to File Taxes Online for Free – FreeFile and Free Tax Software

Tweet Free E-File for Federal Taxes As if paying taxes isn’t bad enough, having to pay just to complete and file your taxes is a real pain. Wouldn’t it be nice if you could file your taxes for free? The good news is in many cases, you can. That’s right, you could qualify to complete […]

Five Financial Mistakes That Can Cost You Significantly

Tweet Mistakes can be costly.  With that being said, there are two ways to get out of a financial crisis.  The first strategy involves assessing the amount of money being brought into a household on a monthly basis and employs a multiple stream of income approach to increase a family’s finances.  The second tactic involves […]