Calculators

Tweet This is a guest post written by Todd Tresidder. How do you know if you are saving enough so you can afford to retire? And more importantly, are you saving enough to retire with confidence so that you can support your present lifestyle without running out of money early? To answer these questions, you […]

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Tweet Sally wants Mark to work more so she can quit her job to be a stay-at-home mom for their two young children.  Mark wants Sally to continue working so they can pay down debt and build some savings. Despite earning a higher than average combined annual income, they often argue about money. Worse, they […]

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Tweet In response to my last post, Would You Ditch A Car For $1,000,000?, a reader made the comment: “As a grad student in an urban area, I don’t have a car (nor could I afford one) and I use public transit. … I wish there was a “big ticket” item like that that I […]

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Tweet A study found that households with 3 or more cars are the single largest group among American car owners. The national average is 2.28 vehicles per household. Obviously, Americans are very much in love with the automobile. According to the AAA, the average American spends $9,369, excluding loan payments, to drive ONE medium sedan 15,000 […]

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How To Revolutionize Your Spending Habits

by Millionaire Mommy Next Door on December 18, 2008

in Calculators,How To Guide,Inspiration,Resources

Tweet For some, buying with credit is akin to paying with funny-money. You want something, you pull out a plastic card and shazam, you own it. At least that’s what you think… But money, whether earned yesterday or tomorrow, is something we trade our life energy for. Do you want financial freedom? Then it’s necessary […]

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110 Financial Calculators: Fast Answers to Your Money Questions

by Millionaire Mommy Next Door on December 2, 2008

in Calculators,Resources

Tweet Have you ever wondered how your salary compares with others in your profession? Do you want to know if it’s better to prepay your mortgage or to invest instead? Are you confused about how to accelerate your debt payoff? Curious what it will take to save your first million dollars? Today is your lucky […]

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