“Based on the Financially Fit workshop and workbook, it helped us to create a five-year goal. In terms of getting out of debt, such things as that nature. So, that particular part of it has [...]
I haven’t filed my taxes in 8-10 years. I want to get this cleared up but I’m afraid I’ll be in deep sh#! with the IRS.
Question: I recently lost my job at a credit union. I haven’t filed in 8-10 year because as each year goes by I got more afraid to file thinking that the penalties wouldn’t be worth [...]
How do people typically strike the right balance when it comes to saving for a house vs. saving for retirement?
Question: I am 24 and I would like to invest as much of my income as possible, but I would also like to have funds available to invest in a house sometime in the next 5 years. Regardless of [...]
Question: Title says it all pretty much. The total collections amount to just under $2000. I just checked credit karma and saw it on there. He admits to doing it and says he is going to pay it [...]
Question: My wife and I disagree on how to approach our new car loan. We’re planning on putting down $10K on a used car and finance the remaining $7-8K. We’ve been pre-approved for [...]
Question: Let me first introduce myself. I’m a 24-year old grad student living in the expensive heart of Los Angeles, California. Here’s my scenario: I earn $2,200 per month net. The [...]
“One of the words we use in Financially Fit is, focus like a laser. Cause often in life we are getting pulled so many different directions. You want to pay a little bit off on your mortgage. A [...]