The New Heights Blog
Helpful articles that discuss strategies to paying off student loans, managing personal finances and much more.
Full-time travel can help many people realize their dreams of financial independence. In this post, I discuss a few things to keep in mind to ensure your plan stays on track.
Learn how insurance can be an important tool in keeping your finances secure when taking risks on the road. I explain the benefits of Health, Life, Disability, Liability, and Travel insurance.
Your personal spending plan (aka budget) and savings lay the foundation of being financially prepared to embark on a location independent lifestyle. Get started today!
Aircraft owners should be building an aircraft maintenance fund to cover both routine and emergency expenses. Here are some helpful tips to get started!read more
Despite looking for a little extra income, driving for Lyft turned out to be a $2,000 mistake. Find out where I went wrong and how you can learn from my mistakes!read more
Renting vs Buying an Airplane is not a simple math equation. Buying a plane rarely makes financial sense, but don’t dismiss it completely.read more
Dave Ramsey made the cash-only budgeting system famous, but is it right for everyone? If you have solid spending habits, you might be missing out on some protections that cash just doesn’t offer.read more
Many people struggle to maintain control over their money. It’s frustrating to constantly be off-budget or falling deeper into debt. Having a “Why” behind your goals can help give you the motivation you need to stay on track.read more
Most new airline pilots can expect to make less than $30,000 a year during their first year. Here are some tips on how to get by with such a low salary.read more
Avoid these mistakes when paying off your student loans, and you could save yourself a lot of costs and headaches!read more
Facing mortality is not enjoyable, but it’s important to make sure your loved ones are cared for financially if you were to die unexpectedly.read more
The cost of an aviation degree has grown to be quite high. Here are the facts that aspiring pilots should know before taking out a loan.read more
There is a simple rule that you can follow to learn how to stop living paycheck to paycheck: live on last month’s income.read more
Deciding to build an emergency fund is an easy decision, but how big should it be? Where should you keep it? Here’s how to figure it out.read more
Couples often ask “Should we combine our finances? If so, when?” This article will help you both make the right choice for your situation.read more
This is my journey from discovering aviation to writing this blog. Not everyone may share my interests, but I believe many will relate to my story.read more
What is default? How do I get out of default? What are the consequences of having a default loan? This post will help clear up any confusion.read more
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