It’s a story many of us can relate to: you want your home to look luxurious and appealing to guests, but you don’t have the funds of a millionaire. Hiring a professional decorator or splurging on designer accents is simply out of the question.
From family stories to treasured recipes, our grandparents have a wealth of knowledge, gained over decades of life experiences they can share with us.
And if your grandparents are like most, they can share a few things about smart money management.
Financial emergencies can happen to anyone, at any time.
If you’ve been hit out of nowhere with a job loss, medical expenses or home repair costs, it’s no fun…even if you have the resources set aside to deal with them.
Your home is a big part of your total net worth. Home related expenses are between 35 to 45% of your monthly income. You will likely buy and sell 4 to 5 houses in your lifetime. Knowing that the home is a huge part of your financial situation, where is all the money in your house going? And what are you doing to manage it? Let’s take a look at the five specific categories of house financials. Read More