Recommendations

I created this recommendations page to provide you with the tools and resources you need to be successful on your journey to financial peace.

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Books

Total Money MakeoverTotal Money Makeover by Dave Ramsey is the first book I recommend to anyone who is looking to get their finances it orders. It doesn’t matter if they are looking to get out of debt or invest, the 7 Baby Steps are perfect for creating a financial plan. Reading this book changed redirected my financial journey and it will do the same for you.

Shopping

Amazon: Amazon offers a 30 day Amazon Prime trial for free, which gives you access to free 2-day shipping, unlimited streaming of movies, music, books, and more. Try Amazon Prime 30-Day Free Trial and start enjoying the benefits immediately.

Audible: I love Audible because I don’t always have time to read books. Being able to easily listen to books in the car, at the gym, or around the house makes reading more enjoyable. You can try Audible Today and Get 2 Free Audiobooks.

EBates: EBates pays you to shop! To get cash back you log into your EBates accounts, find the store you want to shop at and start filling your cart like you would if you went directly to the stores website.

Ibotta: Ibotta is an grocery app that allows you to get cash back on everyday items. The app is easy to use and convenient.  Get cash back rewards and other benefits all from the app. Get $10 just for signing up.

Swagbucks: Completing surveys, watch videos, and shopping online to earn gift cards. It’s a quick way to make some extra cash in the comfort of your own home. Sign up now and get $5 for signing up.

Free Resources & Calculators

Rockstar Directory: Rockstar Directory is a directory of personal finance blogs. You can filter the list down by category, age, gender, race, city, state, country, stage of life (single/married, kids/no kids, etc.) and profession.

Debt Snowball Calculator by Vertex42: The debt snowball calculator allows you to enter the basic data for your debts and it will tell you when you will be out of debt and how much you will save. On a second tab it will list our monthly payments from now until your debt free date. As you work with the spreadsheet you will see how you can edit it along the way. It is FREE to download.

Home Mortgage Calculator by Vertex42: The home mortgage calculator allows you to enter the basic data for your the home you are interested in buy so that it can calculate your estimated payment generate an amortization schedule. As you work with the spreadsheet you will see how you can edit it along the way. I found this to be very handy when looking for and negotiating my house. It is FREE to download.

 

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