Debt is a slippery slope. Once you have a little, it’s easy to get a lot. We have had some challenges, but here is Our Zig Zag Path to getting Debt Free
I missed my first day of blogging on Friday because I was out late playing Blackjack. After 15 years of ups and downs, Friday was the Day I Quit Gambling.
After years of waffling around, we decided several months ago that we really wanted to get out of debt. Really. Here is our story of Leveraging a Debt Reduction account for a clear path to debt free.
The stock market has been skyrocketing. Have you noticed? 2008 was an awful year. 2015 and early 2016 had some bumps. The rest of 2016 and 2017 so far have been almost nothing but up. There are no guarantees in life but investing in the stock market, over time, has always been a good bet.
Defining guidelines for corporate financial giving This is part three in the series “A Guide to Corporate Financial Giving”. In the first post I wrote about “A desire for more and described how we previously had a very “herky jerky approach to giving at CablesAndKits and our desire for something better. In the second post,
Defining a Financial Plan for Corporate Giving: This is part two of a three part series called “A Guide to Corporate Financial Giving”. In the last post I wrote about “A desire for more” and described how we previously had a very “herky jerky” approach to giving at CablesAndKits. In 2012 we designed a system
Corporate Financial Giving, A desire for more: As a business owner or leader you have probably contemplated better systems for making a positive financial impact in the lives of your staff, your community, your country, or the world. Today I am sharing with you our plan for corporate financial giving in the hopes it is
“If we had a bigger house we could have more people over” Stop It. If you have a house, an apartment, a hut, a car, an “unofficial, but generally understood lease” on the space under a bridge – you can host people. You just invite them over, and they come, and you do things together.