When budgeting is done the wrong way, it’s stressful.
I define myself as a finance nerd way because of my eagerness to learn, study, and implement personal finance tips on saving and budgeting. ((One of my favorite tips is explained in this YouTube video by Ramit Sethi—probably one of the most helpful things you’ll ever watch.)) I’d like to explain how make a simple—and extremely effective—budget.
This is a guest post from Miles Walker from Car Insurance Comparison. While it may seem odd having a guest post about car insurance on my blog, I’m very interested in things like—especially when it deals with dispelling popular misconceptions.
Take the time to understand the top 10 car insurance myths to save yourself time, money, and headaches. Car insurance is a difficult road to navigate and you want to get the most coverage for your dollar.
Just exchanged emails with someone who mistook me for another Jesse Chapman. Either that, or this is the most complex spam email I’ve ever received.
When I first moved to Los Angeles, one of my college professors told me that I should keep a journal.
The other day I got a call from my car insurance agency telling me that I now qualify for a lower insurance rate. I asked the new agent on the phone for two things:
- The new policy’s quote
- My current policy so I could compare both policies
Sometimes agents will tell you that you qualify for a lower price, but they’ll screw you by giving you less coverage, hoping that you won’t read it. I wasn’t about to let this happen.
So began the following email exchange….