What’s worse: being sick, or having to pay for being sick? Of course your personal health is priceless, but when crisis hits, how do you deal with the aftermath of medical bills? With high deductible health insurance plans a trip to the ER gets expensive fast. Ashley Hurst knows how devastating health issues can be. She’s … Read more How Ashley Paid off Medical Debt and Saved $10,000
Ah fresh starts! With a New Year, it feels like a chance to try again, and press the refresh button. But, do New Year’s resolutions really work? And, what’s really possible in a year? Apparently a lot. Meet Kim. Kim completed her Master’s in Architecture and is now a project Architect. Like 44 million other Americans, she … Read more How Kim Paid off $17,763 in Debt Last Year
You should always buy low and sell high when investing, right? You want your investment to grow. Here’s the problem: the stock market tanked in 2008-2009 and since then has been on the up and up. Is now a good time to invest since the stock market is high compared to previous years? Claire, a … Read more Is Now a Good Time to Invest?
Isn’t it ironic that most college students go from limited income and taking on debt, to making a decent income, but then just adding on more debt? Jessica and Daniel saw their spending patterns change from frugal students to splurging here and there as Daniel took a position as a software engineer. Once they noticed … Read more How Jessica and Daniel Paid off Over $21,000
What if you could pursue your passion and also get rid of credit card debt? Brendan Bierman, 27 year-old engineer in Austin, did both. Four months after attending Best Money Class Ever, he paid off his credit card ($2,283) and the rest of his car loan ($5,972) all while doing something he loved: playing soccer. How … Read more How to Pursue your Passion and Pay Off Debt