The Perfect Life – Uh Oh

July 5, 2016

Did you ever see the one with the apothecary table?  You know, that Friends episode where Ross and Rachel were filling their apartments with everything from the “dreaded” Pottery Barn? It’s nice to have nice things.   But this post rant isn’t about buying new things that look like old things.  Instead, it’s about the precariousness […]

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4 Years Living Abroad: What I’ve Learned About Money

June 29, 2016

What a difference a day makes – or 1460 of them.  My family and I have spent a little over four years living outside of the United States as missionaries to the island of Eleuthera. We’ve definitely been on an amazing adventure, and we’ve grown as a family and individually.  One area in which I […]

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How to Prep Your Home Before the Movers Arrive

March 2, 2016

The movers are paid to do your dirty work for you. But it’s not enough to simply fling open your doors and expect them to do the rest. You have to prep your home to make sure that they do everything right. Today we’re going to show you what you need to do to get your […]

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Start Saving For Next Christmas Now!

January 13, 2016

Christmas is the time of year for spending. People can get carried away with the good festive feeling and spend way above their means. Many of us will build up a considerable amount of debt during this festive period in order to give loved ones the prefect gift. The pleasure of giving and enjoying Christmas […]

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The Facts About a 770 Account

December 10, 2015

Type ‘770 Account’ into Google and you will immediately be confronted by a range of articles on whether it’s even real. Many people still don’t believe the 770 Account even exists. In this article, we are going to go through some of the facts you need to know about the 770 Account. A Life Insurance […]

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Create a Surplus for Your Financial Future

October 3, 2015

Create Surpluses for your Financial Future At the end of every month you hope to have money in the bank, a surplus that you can use to plan your financial future. Some months might be more than others. But as long as there is a surplus, your savings will build; and compound interest will ensure […]

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How to Adjust Tax Withholdings

August 27, 2015

I’m sure most people have heard the terms Tax Withholdings and W-4s. After receiving my tax refund I decided to see how I could adjust my taxes in order to not receive a refund next year. First we need to get everyone on the same page and understand the differences between the terms listed above. […]

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