Perfectly Imperfect Family and Finances

A couples thoughts on faith, family, and finances

30’s Personal Finance: It’s Not Too Late

| January 25, 2011

We all read the same information whenever we begin to look at our personal finances and retirement accounts: a person that saves a little in their late teens and early twenties and then stops will out perform those of us who start late. While mathematically this is true beyond a shadow of a doubt, realistically […]

30’s Personal Finance: A Change of Pace

| November 2, 2010

We started this blog for several reasons, many of which have changed over the last year or so. First and formost-we are no longer in college. Secondly, through the various methods and techniques outlined in past articles we have lowered our expenses and increased our income drastically. This being the case, we have decided to […]

How to Break the Paycheck to Paycheck Cycle

| June 25, 2009

Welcome! If you are new here, consider subscribing to our RSS feed to get post as soon as they are available. Not sure about RSS feeds? For a description, and a brief tutorial, check our RSS Page. At some point in life most of us have experienced the aggravation of having to live from one […]

One Step at a Time: A Journey Toward Financial Independence Step 3: The “B” word (Createing a Budget)

| May 27, 2008

This post is another step in our journey to eliminate our debt. To view previous post, please click here. If you are new here, consider subscribing to our RSS feed to get post as soon as they are available. Not sure about RSS feeds? For a description, and a brief tutorial, check our RSS Page. […]