How To Save Money On Groceries

How To Save Money On Groceries

Food is a huge area of spending when you’re a family with growing kids. Any way you can cut your food costs is a considered a win. When it comes to saving money around food, realize that it all counts. Lets get started on how you can save money on your grocery bill...
How to Take Your Student Debt by the Horns

How to Take Your Student Debt by the Horns

Hey everyone, I have a great post from Drew Cloud over at The Student Loan Report, since student loans affect so many of us I thought it would be great to have Drew give us some tips for taking control of your student debt. Make sure to check out his site for more...
What are Digital Assets?

What are Digital Assets?

A big part of your financial security can come from assets that you own that pay you a residual income. It’s a big part of our family money plan. We continue to buy assets and add them to our portfolio. Some of the more common assets that provide income are:...
8 Mistakes to Avoid When Buying a Used Car

8 Mistakes to Avoid When Buying a Used Car

 Hey Everyone! I have a great post today from  David, the founder of CarUnderstand. He’s offered to share some insights into buying a used car and how to avoid some of the mistakes we all make. Owning a car is a privilege because you can get to many places...
Net Worth and Financial Freedom Update May 2017

Net Worth and Financial Freedom Update May 2017

Net Worth and Financial Freedom Update: May 2017 Welcome to my financial freedom report. This is where I go back over the numbers from the past month and see how things went. I realize that what you focus on expands. So I am making a point to introduce a few new parts...
Burn Your Mortgage Quick Review and Giveaway

Burn Your Mortgage Quick Review and Giveaway

I have a great giveaway for you today. I was lucky enough to get a copy of Sean Cooper’s Burn Your Mortgage. While I no longer have a mortgage to worry about I did find this book to be a very useful guide to buying a house in Canada and paying it off faster than...