I love sharing tools and services that help couples get their finances squared away. This week I want to highlight the National Foundation for Credit Counseling’s new tool, MyMoneyCheckUp. It’s out and it’s available both in English and Spanish. It take data that you submit like how much you make each month, and the type of debt you have and helps you see where you can improve on your financial system.
I signed up to try it out to see if we could tweak some of accounts. It was easy to get everything in. I enjoyed seeing some of the data explained in a narrative format. It’s free and quite easy to use.
Favorite Personal Finance Posts This Week
Here are some personal finance posts and more that I’ve enjoyed reading (some of them for a second time!) this past week.
- Paying Off Your House in 5 Years via @readyforzero-> Derek shares how and his family were able to get rid of their mortgage in 5 years.
- The Oil Well You Can Keep in Your Pants @mrmoneymustache – This post is certainly helpful as temperatures can change quickly in NC. Layering clothes can help you be more comfortable, but also save you money with heating bills.
- Starting Out On A Roll Part III: Home Bills via Mutilate The Mortgage -> Need to find money in your budget? This post (part of a great series) can help you slash your bills.
- 5 Strategies for Keeping the Peace When Parents Move Back in with Their Adult Children via @freefrombroke -> If your family is making this transition, this a good post to review.
Please have a great weekend!
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