Getting into Debt is Easy

In this blog, Nathan Lippincott shares some of the lessons he learned after going into debt of $350k. Learn how small choices can quickly...

Dealing with Student Loan Debt

Going to college can be expensive. So expensive that you could be stuck with student loan debt of an astronomical amount. Budgeting...

Estimating Retirement

Saving for retirement is one of the biggest parts of being able to reach financial freedom. Nathan Lippincott, financial advisor and...

Budget Sabotage!

When you are trying to get yourself and your family out of debt, there are so many simple things that will destroy your budget. An...

50/20/30 Rule

A popular budgeting route is to live by the 50/20/30 Rule. Budgeting expert, Nathan Lippincott, shares how the 50/20/30 Rules works and...

How to Live on a Variable Income

Creating a budget when you live on a variable income creates a unique set of challenges. Budgeting expert, Nathan Lippincott shares...

Whole Life Insurance vs. Term Insurance

Life insurance can be a confusing topic, so budgeting expert and financial advisor shares a comparison on term life insurance versus...

Financial Lessons for Kids

Nathan Lippincott, financial advisor and budgeting expert, shares advice for teaching children how to be responsible with money at a...

The Magic of Compound Interest

Do you want to be a millionaire? Of course you do! And Nathan Lippincott, budgeting expert, is here to tell you how to do it. “Compound...

New Years’ Resolutions, Budget Style

Making a resolution to get your money under control will change your life. Budgeting expert, Nathan Lippincott, shares tips to help you...

My 7 Steps to Financial Freedom

As a financial advisor, Nathan Lippincott's passion is to help others with debt. In this blog, he offers his preferred 7 step plan to...

Christmas Budget Blog

Christmas is a time of giving, but don't let it be a time of debt. Budgeting expert, Nathan Lippincott, shares advice on how to get...

Budgeting From a Woman's Perspective

Sunni Lippincott shares how she and her husband began their journey to financial freedom and how the habits of Cooperation, Spending...

A Review of Budget Apps

If you begin a budget and allow it to build, within six to nine months, it will be possible to have enough “excess” money for an entire...