Where do you go when you want to know how prepayments would impact your student loan debt? What about figuring out the new payment you’d have if you refinanced your mortgage? Financial advisors can get expensive and google’s not going to cover every scenario. My advice? Get versed in the art of Spreadsheet Fu.
This week I wrote a guest post for Elsie over at GundoMoney.com. I hosted Elsie last week with her great post about the cost of joy and happiness. The teaser for my post is below and you can find a link to the full story on Elsie’s site at the end. Enjoy!
We’ve got a first this week for Keep Thrifty - our first guest post! This one comes to you from Elsie Brown from GundoMoney.com
One of my favorite small business blogs, Signal v. Noise, had a great post today on getting your business noticed. It referenced a research paper that compared the impact on happiness from spending on experiences to the impact from spending on stuff.
I’ve mentioned before that we have a family goal to reach all 50 states with our daughters before they graduate high school. We just got back from our third annual road trip - our longest one yet: 4600 miles of driving over 12 days, reaching 9 states.