Make Improvements to Avoid Another Financial Rejection

If you had your heart set on a new car or buying some real estate but you have been turned down for the finance you need, you must start to think about the reasons for that happening and address them one by one. If you do that, the next time you make a realistic application, […]

By |March 22nd, 2017|Saving Money|0 Comments

An Honest Blue Apron Family Plan Review: Is It Worth It?

If you are active on social media, are a foodie, or just love convenience, you may have heard of Blue Apron.

Blue Apron is classified as a meal delivery service that allows you to make gourmet meals from home. It’s even supposed to be great for families! Well, my family tried Blue Apron for a few […]

By |March 15th, 2017|Family|0 Comments

Paribus Review: Does It Really Save You Money?

As more people shop online, price matching and comparing prices seems a little easier. But what happens when an item goes on sale after you’ve purchased it? Paribus will help you get a refund and put that money back into your pocket.

Sound too good to be true? I thought so too. In the one week […]

By |March 7th, 2017|Budgeting, Saving Money|1 Comment

Planning to Rent Your Property? Read This First

Many people are choosing to rent out their homes with hopes of getting extra income, to save money or pay down bills. For investors, they purchase additional properties to rent out to tenants as well as to create value over time. These tips apply whether you’re planning on renting out your current home or are […]

By |February 25th, 2017|Boosting Income|0 Comments

8 Ways to Save Money at Target

It’s fun to go shopping at Target. Now saving money while shopping? That’s even more fun. It’s also quite useful to know as many money-saving tips as you can, and there are tons of ways to make your trips to Target a budget-friendly affair.

Here are eight ways that you can save money when you go […]

By |February 20th, 2017|Saving Money|0 Comments

Get Community to Get out of Debt

Everyone that has ever been on the road of becoming debt free, knows that you have to be “weird,” like Dave Ramsey says. There are a lot of sacrifices you and your family must make in order to live a frugal lifestyle so you can throw every penny toward your debt. We’ve all experienced that moment when […]

By |February 6th, 2017|Community, Debt Freedom Progress, Get Out of Debt|1 Comment

No More Debt, 3 Radical Debt Reduction Strategies You Can Do

You know the saying, “When you hit rock bottom the only way to go is back up.” I’m sure that this is where many of us begin our journey to becoming debt free. This is when you truly want to live a life with no more debt. What does rock bottom look like to you? […]

By |January 30th, 2017|Get Out of Debt|0 Comments

Powerful Financial Lessons to Teach Kids in Each Stage of Life

As parents, it’s so important to teach our kids about money, so when they leave the nest we can feel confident that they won’t learn many money mistakes the hard way like […]

By |January 23rd, 2017|Family|0 Comments

How to Pay Cash and Still Have the Wedding of Your Dreams

When I introduced myself on Our Debt Free Family blog I wrote that my husband and I paid for our wedding on our own. With our 6 year anniversary coming up I wanted to share a bit more about how we did that.

Why did we pay for our wedding? […]

By |January 16th, 2017|Uncategorized|0 Comments

After the Fed Rate Increase, Is Now the Time to Refinance to a Fixed Mortgage?

Last month, the Federal Reserve raised interest rates by 25 basis points. This is the second time in a decade that the interest rates have been raised. The announcement of an increase of 0.25 percent in interest rates was not so alarming. However, the Federal Reserve also said that they expect three rate hikes in […]

By |January 10th, 2017|Credit|0 Comments