There’s a Catfish on the Sidewalk!

We’ve spent a lot of time this month preparing for then dealing with the aftermath of Hurricane Irma. For you non-Floridians, hurricane preparation means securing anything in the yard or patio that could be picked up by the wind and


Tax Savings Ideas

In Mark 12:17, we hear the story about the Pharisees trying to trick Jesus   by asking him the question, “Is it right to pay the imperial tax or not?”  If Jesus said “No” then he would be considered an enemy


Planning Your 2018 Vacation

Paying for a vacation is a lot like paying for Christmas, which seems to sneak up on people each year. You know Christmas is coming, so you should be planning for the costs all year. Similarly, vacation is coming so


It Takes Extraordinary Effort to Get Out of Debt

So many people who are in debt are looking for a quick fix.  They think taking out a consolidation loan, or even worse using a home equity line of credit to pay off debt will free them. Unfortunately, all a


Middle Class Money Mistakes

According to a Pew Research study done in 2014, the middle class is defined as people who have an annual salary between $42,000 – $125,000. That is a huge wide margin between the low end and the high end. If


Avoiding Christmas Debt

It’s August, so why in world are we talking about Christmas? Too many Americans whip out the plastic for Christmas spending and use credit cards to finance Christmas costs. The average consumer ends up with more than $1,000 of Christmas


How Much Debt is Too Much?

Debt is a way of life in America. Most Americans carry some amount of debt. There is the mortgage, the car payment, medical bills, credit cards, student loans and the money good old Uncle Fred loaned to you. Unfortunately, many


What You Need to Know if You are Buying a Car

After a home mortgage, car loans are the largest debts most people have. More than 70 percent of all the cars on the road are financed. Car debt is one of the biggest roadblocks for people on their journey to


The Tradeoff Between Energy, time and Money

Do you remember summers as a child when you had unlimited energy and all the time in the world to do whatever you wanted to do before the start of school?  And there was no real need for money. Then


Consider This Before You Buy a House

We’ve probably bought and sold more houses than the average person. We are on our 9th house – and these have all been a primary residence – no vacation homes. Sometimes it was a job related move because we were


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