It is little wonder that many of us are so stressed when it comes to family finances.
There are options out there and with responsible usage, you could even use these to help repair your credit.
No matter what kind of IRS problem you have and what has caused this problem, it’s a smart move to hire an expert focused on tax resolution.
You have to start somewhere.
For young men entering the workforce, carrying insurmountable debt may become increasingly prohibitive and unnecessary.
In this episode of The Good Dad Project Podcast, Larry talks with Andy Hill about how to crush your debt.
If you do have debt, don’t despair. When you’re young and just starting out, it’s the perfect time to tackle debt.
Time Machine Series: Exploring Past, Present & FuturePASTIn the basement of my childhood home, I kept a Mr. Potato Head as the super-secret hiding place for my nest egg. In the compartment where arms, noses, and mustaches were supposed to reside, I kept rolls of quarters and dimes, and paper currency. I accrued my cash…
This period was a crucial turning point in my life and in my understanding of myself. I was unable to help others involved, something that has upset me ever since.
The devil is in the debit card.
There’s no big fancy fatherhood magazine, no Oprah for dads, and fewer father in older generations sat down with their sons and told them how to be a great father. So Derek Markham wants to share with dads what he has learned, in hopes it will help. Please add to the list.
What is your relationship with money? Is it a powerful tool or a seductive force?
In this episode of The Good Dad Project Podcast, Larry talks money with Vincent Pugliese.
I was an unemployed musician (read: bum) before running up big college debt.
There are a few things Trump supporters need to have clear.
In this episode of The Good Dad Project Podcast, America’s money man Jordan Goodman shares insights on paying off our mortgages and credit card debit and saving for the future.