The Dark Side of Interest

Money may not grow on trees, but it does still grow, completely passively. It’s the nature of compound interest that your money is always making you more money, and that new money in turn is making its own money, and so on. You may not notice it on small scales, but it is always there, … Continue reading The Dark Side of Interest

Our Savings Snowball

In our last few posts, we discussed our financial 180, and our strategies for saving money on food, shopping, and monthly recurring bills. So far, we’ve shown how we uncovered $3000 per month, and used that cash flow to douse the fire on our mortgage from hell. But even with these extra principal payments, the mortgage … Continue reading Our Savings Snowball