How to Cut the Cord on Cable TV

Last year, we decided to cut the cord on cable TV.

I believe it was the “12-month promotions” that finally pushed us over the edge.  You know the ones I’m talking about, right?

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My Credit Card Makes Me Happy

One random day five years ago, I was eating lunch at home and messing around on this new thing called an “iPad”.

Because I’m a money nerd, I went to the iTunes store, searched for personal finance and I found Dave Ramsey’s app.  Before that $5 footlong lunch, I knew nothing about Dave Ramsey.  By the time I finished my meal, I was absolutely hooked on his brand of no-nonsense debt elimination advice.

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4 Newlywed Debt Destruction Tips

In 2010, my wife Nicole and I got married and started our lives together. Financially speaking, we both really enjoyed the DINK (double income with no kids) status in our first year of marriage.  We had a blast going to music festivals, vacationing in the Caribbean and treating ourselves to countless steak dinners.  

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Investing Made Simple – with Scott Alan Turner

Investing for retirement … We all know how important it is. But where do we start?!

How much money do we need? Do we work with a broker? How do we make sure we’re investing correctly?

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Create Your Last Will and Testament in 6 Easy Steps

A few years ago, Nicole and I finally completed our last will and testament.  We procrastinated for the better part of two years because we were binge watching Game of Thrones and House of Cards. Excuses yes, but these are some epic shows!

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