How To Make Your Money Grow Part 1: Educate Yourself

The founding principle behind All Things Finance is this: as a financial advisor JW recognized the financial illiteracy that is rampant in this country. Therefore the need for financial education is immediate. Not just for the novice, but even for someone who regards themselves as a seasoned investor. We like to grow—and want to. If […]

Debt Consolidation: Ripoff or Real?

Debt consolidation is topic I know a lot about. My husband and I are currently enrolled in a debt management program, just one of many debt consolidation options. When we first started seeking out different options our emotions ranged from being overwhelmed, angry and finally, relieved. If you don’t do your homework on different debt […]

Bills ‘n’ Spills — Bringing Family Finances Back Into the Black

Providing for a family is just as difficult as bringing up well-behaved children. The mortgage needs paying and the bills need settling, and all the while the children need books for school, food, new clothes, and other necessities. You’re starting a legacy and the last thing you need is your family finances in the red […]

Credit Cards: What’s Available These Days?

The following article was submitted by guest poster Shay Quincy. If you already have a credit card, looking for a new bit of plastic might be the last thing on your mind – but it’s worth doing your research. Finding the right deal could save you money in the long run, so let’s take a […]

Midweek Infographic – Attack Of The Debt Monkey

I previously posted about the number of Americans in debt. There are far too many people who carry over balances each month whether it be credit cards, personal loans or student loans. Not only do American citizens borrow far too much, but the government also spends at an uncontrollable rate. Today’s infographic takes a look at how […]

Student Loan Debt – Midweek Infographic

We’re all told that a college education is an invaluable commodity and a necessity in today’s world. Because of this, people are willing to pay almost anything for a degree. However, at the current cost, is it worth the value that people place on it? Bill gates didn’t graduate from college and neither did Mark […]

Financial Calculators Can Now Be Found Here

My objective when launching this site was to create a valuable resource for people in need of financial information. One goal in particular was to launch several, easy to use calculators to help people make tough economic decisions. Today, I’m happy to say that the calculator portion of the site is up and fully functional. […]

How To Pay Off Debt

In 2012, 46% of Americans carried over a credit card balance from month to month. For those households with credit card debt, the average balance of that debt was an astonishing $15,800.  Why do people have so much debt and why can they not pay off their balances? You generally fall into two categories if you […]