About Lavish Green
Lavish Green is an independently run personal finance website. Our goal is to provide you, our reader, with helpful information, tools, and access to resources that will enable you to make positive changes in your life through smarter financial choices.
A Lavish Lifestyle vs. a Lavish Life
The word lavish often gets used to describe a lifestyle. A lavish lifestyle might include a big house, fancy car, the latest fashion, expensive toys. When used like this, lavish means “sumptuously rich, elaborate, or luxurious.” If you’re looking for tips on how to achieve a lavish lifestyle, you’ve come to the wrong place. Or have you? Read on!
At Lavish Green we believe in living a lavish life -- a life in which you control where your money (a.k.a. “green”) comes from and where your money goes. A life where you know how to grow it and not owe it. A life where you protect the wealth and things you love. An informed life where you have more control over your personal finances.
A Lavish Green Life
A Lavish Green life includes the skills to find a job, advance your career, spend wisely, save money, manage debt, grow your credit, protect your future and fund important goals like going to college, buying a home or car or maintaining the one you have. To us, lavish means “bestow something in generous ... quantities”. Our goal is to bestow you with personal finance knowledge, skills, tips and tricks and help you make more informed decisions for a better life.
Are you ready to live a Lavish Green life? Ready to have a strong handle on where your money comes from and where it goes? It might even lead to a lavish lifestyle but that’s up to you. The journey towards better personal finance skills and a lavish life starts here. Ready to get started?
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- Personal Loans
Unsecured loans can be a useful tool in many scenarios.
Combine multiple debts into one to pay them down sooner.
Strategies for dealing with excessive debt.
- Debt Freedom
Learn best practices for reducing your debt.
- Building Credit
Understand how to build your credit score.
- Boost Your Score
Learn easy ways to add points to your score
- Protecting Credit
Keep your score safe when you don't need to access it
- Score Types
Understand the different types, such as FICO and Vantage Score.
Grants and scholarships are available if you are thinking of getting an education.
Federal and state assistance programs can help cover the cost of housing.
Assistance to supplement your income is available for those living with a disability.
- Living Expenses
Low-income households may qualify for subsidized phone and Internet service.
- Government Grants
Government Assistance programs can help subsidize the cost of education.
- Saving For College
It's never too early to start a college saving fund for your children.
Hundreds of scholarships are available to provide financial support for students.
- Top 529 Plans
Some state 529 plans are better than others, find out which one is best for you.
- Tax credits
Learn about credits you qualify for to reduce your tax liability.
Lower your taxable income using the right deductions.
Tax brackets can be confusing, but are essential to understand.
- Filing your return
Consider these things before deciding whether to hire an accountant.
- 401(k) and IRA
Saving and investing for your retirement doesn't have to be complicated.
- Social Security
Understand what you should expect to receive when you retire.
Learn how to minimize taxes during retirement.
- Wills & Trusts
Plan properly to ensure your assets are distributed after you pass.
Your ability to earn an income is an asset worth protecting.
Discover the right plan for your budget and personal needs
Shop around to get the right coverage at the best price
Term and whole life insurance policies offer protection for different situations.
Manage your spending better and make better use of your income.
Find better yields on your savings, and lower fees on your checking.
- Side Hustles
Earning additional income on the side can be easier than you think.
Saving money for education is an important consideration for any parent.