Dustin Davis
Developer, Entrepreneur
Category: Finance

Commuting is a drag. There was a point in time that I had a 5 minute commute to work, then I decided to move and my company said I could just work from home. When it came time to switch jobs my walk down the stairs turned into a 45 minute (one-way) commute – and […]

I love Disneyland. My in-laws took our family 3 years ago and we had a blast. We went again just over a year ago and met my parents there. It wasn’t quite as fun the second time just because we all got very sick with fevers, body aches and the whole nine yards. Plus, the […]

I was listening to the Dave Ramsey Show podcast yesterday when Dave went off on Bank of America and large banks in general. He then praised his small community bank. That got me thinking about my bank – America First Credit Union. I’ve been with them for nearly 10 years now. I thought I would […]

Now let me preface this by saying I am a huge fan of Dave Ramsey and I see the wisdom in all of his teachings. Now that said, I readily admit I don’t follow everything he says. One area in which I don’t follow along is with the cash envelope budget system. I think the […]

So this is something I have known about and have done in the past, and I kept meaning to do it, but today I finally did it. I lowered my cable/internet bill. Truthfully I was considering cancelling cable anyway. I’m paying about $117 per month for high speed internet and basic digital cable. I should […]

I’m very mediocre at online marketing. I know all the theory and things I should be doing to make money online, but I haven’t hit the big time by any means. I think a big part of the problem is that I’m not very motivated by making money. For for some weird reason, I’m very […]

UPDATE: Since writing this post, Amazon has increased their price to $169.99, but the coupon below still works so you can get it shipped for $149.99. So I have a small business. After meeting with my accountant last night I determined I really could make my life easier by using Quickbooks. I’ve tried the free […]

Before anything else, let me give you a little background as to how I first learned about this book and why I read it. I have a brother in law that recommended the book a few years ago. He had two copies, one was autographed by the other, the other, was well read, which is […]

I’ve never had a “payday loan.” Therefore, I’m not an expert in how they work. But being an avid Dave Ramsey fan, I feel they are the biggest rip-offs on the planet. Do you ever see wealthy people getting Payday Cash Advance Loans? Oh, but they don’t need them, they are wealthy! Well how do […]