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You finally made it! You've been a Debt Boss and you're Debt Free! Woot! Woot! You relish in the glory a bit before anxiety overwhelms you. You realize how incredibly easy it would be to fall back into the trap of debt. You want to loosen the reigns a little but you are determined to STAY Debt [...]

Who says household finances have to be cumbersome? We're all about SIMPLE here! That's why we created Income and Expense Printables, ledger style! It's the simplest way to create a Spending Plan and track all Expenses and Income for the year! Just click on the pictures below for your PDF's! This post contains affiliate links. If [...]

We cheated! Yep! We got drastic and paid off $35,000 in consumer debt in just ONE DAY. We didn't toil away and apply the snowball or avalanche method or spend years working away at it. I applaud those that do pay off debt that way. It takes huge amounts of dedication and must bring loads of [...]

When searching for a new home, should you purchase new construction or pre-owned? Therein lies the dilemma. Blake has recently landed a new job and would like to move closer to his new place of employment! We're excited but also want to carefully consider our options. We have looked at quite a few open houses of [...]

Credit cards can be a great tool if you pay them off each and every month. Personally, I enjoy Nordstrom Notes and Cash Back Rebates. It's like free money! EXCEPT, once in a while, those credit card balances might sneak up on you and leave you feeling exasperated. The balances just keep creeping up and [...]

When the credit cards get out of control, it can take a while to get back on track. The Debt Boss debt tracker will give you a visual of where you've been and, hopefully, a positive outlook on where you're going! We have taken time to Jump Off The Credit Card Merry-Go-Round and are ready [...]

Our in house investment guru is joining us with a little advice on investing and financial advisors! Take it away, Blake! Do you have a financial advisor? This was a question a colleague asked me yesterday. Bill, an administrative intern in my building just accepted his first job as an administrator. With the new job [...]