• How To Free Up 10% – 15% Of Your Income

    Would you be interested in freeing up 10% to 15% of your current income? Just imagine what you could do with this money. You could pay down your debts, increase your savings, or work toward that next important purchase that you have in mind. Find out how to free...
  • How To Build An Emergency Fund

    An emergency fund should cover at least three to six months of base living expenses, meaning that you could live for three to six months off of your emergency fund without losing your home, your car, or your electricity while still covering your base needs. Find out how to...
  • How To Teach Your Children About Money

    Teaching your children the fundamentals of money and fiscal responsibility are pretty simple, find out how by watching this video.
  • Retirement vs. Debt: From IOU to IRA in Two (Sort of) Simple Steps

    Are you ready for retirement? If you’re like most Americans over the age of 25, chances are, probably not.  According to a recent study conducted by the Employee Benefit Research Institute (EBRI), Americans are dreadfully unprepared for their golden years.  In fact, according to the EBRI data, about 30...
  • Credit Card Reform: What it Means for You (and Your Debt)

    February 22, 2010 marked the beginning of some much-anticipated credit card regulations, including limits on fees and interest rate hikes. The regulations, which are part of the May 2009 credit card legislation, are aimed at protecting consumers from some of the credit card industry’s more questionable tactics. Consumers and...
  • Is Debt Settlement Right For You?

    Some debt settlement companies guarantee debt relief in a year.  Others promise to slash your debt, in some cases reducing the amount you owe by up to 60 percent or more, all while keeping the creditors at bay.  And, almost all of them pledge to help you regain control...
  • How To Avoid Credit Card Fees

    If you are struggling under the weight of high credit card fees, this video will help you to know how to identify them and then avoid them.
  • Ten Money Saving Resolutions for a Wealthy (and Healthy) New Year

    This New Year, try making a resolution that you’ll actually stick to:  Saving money.  Here are ten simple tips to help you stop wasting money and start building wealth: Quit Smoking. Kick that nasty habit to the curb and watch your savings grow – if you smoke a pack...
  • Careful With That PIN: Five Ways Debit Cards can Deflate Your Bank Account

    It’s happened to most debit card users at least once:  You use your card for something little and stupid, like coffee – something that, if you’d really felt like it, you could have paid for with the quarters you scrounged from your car’s ashtray. But you don’t have time...
  • Debit Card Concerns and Cautions

    Using a debit card is a great way to avoid going into debt, but there are some things you should be aware of when using this form of plastic. This video will teach you some of the things you should watch out for.