When I read the Total Money Makeover by Dave Ramsey in 2011, I knew going through all of the 7 baby steps could take quite a while. The book’s structure of saving money, paying off debt and investing was simple and easy to understand, but it definitely had some years attached to it. This was not a “get rich quick book” for sure. Nevertheless, I was intrigued and inspired to follow Dave’s 7 steps and see where it took me and my new family.
You have been persistent, you’ve become best friends with Zillow and your hard work has paid off. You have finally found your dream home. Now, it’s time for the important next step of choosing your mortgage.
Hello MKM Readers! For all you recent grads out there, we have a new guest post from Laur Davidson. She is freelancing her way through her university debt. Give her some student loan crushing encouragement in the comment section below. Enjoy!
For many college graduates the perfect job is one that pays well for the knowledge and skills they spent tens of thousands of dollars to acquire. However, the nature of today’s competitive job market requires more latitude when trying to meet all expectations.
Last month, I laid down a challenge for my Marriage, Kids and Money friends to get their last will and testament in place. Since my wife and I had gotten our wills set up last year, my end of the challenge was to investigate if my family needed a living trust.
Here is what I learned:
Over the last year on my podcast, I’ve had the pleasure of speaking with a collection of millionaire entrepreneurs, early retirees and personal finance experts. These conversations have allowed me to learn, grow and inspire others to win with their finances and create a better future for their family. After each episode, I share a quote that motivates me and the listeners of the podcast to take action.