How to Pay off a $33,000 Debt in 18 Months Like This Teacher

Here’s how one teacher woke up from the hibernation of automatic minimum payments and destroyed his student loans in less than two years.

A Teacher’s Day In The Life (15): The Budget, Month Two

I’m still not using the Good Budget app like I should, and I still have a pile of receipts on the counter. It all just feels so overwhelming.

A Teacher’s Day In The Life (13): The “Budget” – Month One

Budgeting feels like dieting: You’ve stocked your fridge with healthy, easy snack and meal options. But you swing through Taco Bell on your way home and enjoy a pint of Ben & Jerry’s for dessert.

A Teacher’s Day In The Life (4): Dear Student Loans: I hate you.

By far, the biggest battle David and I face with our finances are our student loans. It’s a drain on our life together.

I’m a single teacher, should I do anything differently with my money?

When you are single, the pressure ramps up a little as the only winner or loser in this equation is you. Here are four things that single teachers should be concentrating on when it comes to their finances.

Teachers – learn how to “travel hack” and see the world. For FREE.

Teachers can travel the world for free by using credit card rewards to their advantage. Travel writer, Andy Shuman, tells us how.

Four personal finance apps for teachers (+1 fun one)

Ever since the App store (and other similar versions) started making “apps” available for smartphones, software engineers have tried to make apps that help you manage your money. Some are great, and some are not. See which one’s we like.

6 Tips for the 20-Something Teacher

So you’re a teacher in your 20’s – here’s six tips to get your financial situation in order.

Rainy Day funds [Video]

We had to use some of our “Rainy Day” funds for an insurance deductible. If we didn’t have that money in cash, it would have created a lot more problems and stress. But why talk about this topic inside? Wouldn’t it be much more relevant to talk about it in the rain? Talk a look […]