Married to a Doctor: Real-Life Finances of Being a Physician

While it may seem doctors have it easy as high earners, the reality is many are also dealing with massive amounts of debt. Learn how to make the most of your money now and for the future!  [smart_track_player url=”http://traffic.libsyn.com/couplemoney/The_Finances_of_Being_a_Doctor.mp3″ background=”default” social_pinterest=”true” ] Financial Residency with Allison and Curtis A few years ago when we were […]

How to Create a Budget That You’ll Both Love

Want to stop living paycheck to paycheck, but not sure where to start? Learn how to create a budget together so you can have fun now and some savings later! Create a Budget Together How do you feel about your budget? Be honest. Chances are you’re not exactly thrilled about it. A survey conducted by […]

Tips on Paying Down Student Loan Debt

Debt is not something that you want to have looming over your head, especially if you want to eventually purchase a car or have a mortgage. Trust me. I learned early on that the debt I incurred in my life was NOT going to simply disappear and if I tried to make that happen in […]

How to Budget on a Teacher’s Salary

Teaching is a noble profession and those who work hard to teach and advocate for their students should be respected. I have several members of my family and friends who are educators, so I’ve seen some of the behind the scenes work they do. They typically put more hours in than what their contract says […]

5 Financial Tips For Military Couples

The military’s a special way of life. There are unique circumstances that the civilian world doesn’t deal with, like deploying and temporary duty. Sometimes those situations can make it difficult to keep your financial life on track. But, there are some perks to serving in the military that can help get you to where you […]

Get Rich with a Frugal Lifestyle

Have you ever been considered living a frugal lifestyle? I’ve noticed that many people are adopting it out of necessity due to the economy. Some are wondering if this is something that they want to do even as things are improving. Others are curious about what it takes to do it. I want to clarify what I consider frugal. […]

Stockpile Hacks: What Not to Include

Stockpiles can be very important for your household and are there to assist in saving you hundreds of dollars. From toilet paper and body wash to canned foods and condiments, you can stock just about anything. Optimizing Your Stockpile Finding great deals is key and with the rising costs of household items and groceries, you […]

How to Set Up and Streamline Your Joint Budget

Having a joint budget can have a huge impact not on your finances, but your marriage. For some, it can be a struggle to set set things up and agree on the numbers. Others may have created a budget years, but it doesn’t work for them now. We’ve been marriage over eight years so we know […]