Seven Tips to Take Advantage of Holiday Sales and not Overspend

Seven Tips to Take Advantage of Holiday Sales and not Overspend

Sure, holiday sales are great BUT they're not so great if you end up buying ten things you didn't mean to buy. On top of that, since you're already spending a lot of money, it's important not to overboard. However, that can be tough. That's why I'm here with seven ways to take advantage of all these holiday deals, save more money while doing so and not overspend.

The 2020 401k Contribution Limit is Going Up as is the HSA Limit

The 2020 401k Contribution Limit is Going Up as is the HSA Limit

There's some good news on the 2020 401k contribution limit front! Our favorite tax-advantaged account is getting a boost in 2020. Every year the IRS announces their inflation adjusted figures for a variety of retirement accounts. For 2019, employees are allowed to put in $19,000 into their 401k, 403b and most 457 plans. That's a [...]

Dividend and Expense Review – October 2019 – an Atlanta Trip

Dividend and Expense Review – October 2019 – an Atlanta Trip

October was the month of our Atlanta trip. We generally try to take a vacation or two every year. It's always nice to experience new places. I'm not a huge traveler so one or maybe two trips are enough for me. Last year, we had our honeymoon in Hawaii and this year we had...Atlanta. Almost [...]

Dividend and Expense Review – September 2019 – REIT Dividends Fall

Dividend and Expense Review – September 2019 – REIT Dividends Fall

This article about REIT Dividends may contain affiliate links for which I receive a commission at no cost to you. I only recommend products I use and trust. Please read my disclosure for more detail. REIT dividends were down this month. I invest entirely in REIT mutual funds and ETFs so payments can be erratic. [...]