Money and Finance

Is Your Savings Account with a Local Bank? Yeah, You Might Want to Change That

Written by Mark Pringle
If you are like most people, you probably bank at an institution close to where you live. Understandably, convenience is a crucial factor when deciding where you should bank. The ability to be able to talk to a person face-to-face provides a much-needed level of comfort and peace of mind when you ha Read More

Financial Torture and How to Escape Debt

Written by Mark Pringle
We went through a few years of what I would call financial torture. We were making just enough money to pay our bills, and it always seemed, as soon as we were about to get ahead, our car or our house would need an expensive repair. I would use credit cards to pay those bills. When those cards were Read More

Fun Things That Don’t Cost Much Money

There seems to be an unwritten rule that you must spend money to have fun. That is certainly not true. Here is a quick list of some fun things that you can do that cost little or no money. Engage your artistic/creative side: draw, write, read, cook, or make handmade crafts and gifts Encourag Read More

How Does Traveling Make You a Richer Person

Written by Mark Pringle
Social media has transformed the travel game and the perception of travelers and traveling. It is impossible to miss the fantastic voyages of your close, and not-so-close friends if you are a member of a social forum like Facebook or Instagram. However, this assault of travel experiences by oft Read More

Here's Why Buying Used Cars Can Save Thousands of Dollars a Year

Written by Mark Pringle
One year I was looking for an older model Lexus because I knew those cars would drive for 250,000 miles effortlessly. I saw a Lexus advertised in the classifieds, and I drove about 30 miles to see it. The car was beautiful and drove perfectly. It had about 120,000 miles on it, and the timing bel Read More

Understand the Purpose of Life Insurance

Written by Mark Pringle
Don’t look at life insurance as an investment. Look at it as a way to protect your loved ones in case the breadwinner of the family dies, and the family’s savings do not allow the family to be self-insured. Stick to term life insurance, which is the most basic type of insurance. It co Read More

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