Money Management

5 Habits That Are Costing You Money

November 22, 2016

Today we have a guest post for you from fellow personal finance blogger, Anum Yoon. It was payday last Friday, but you already spent your entertainment budget for the week. Or maybe you’ve had to adjust your budget to account for the rising heating costs this winter. No matter how you add it up, your […]

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Money Matters for Military Families: Priceless Pointers on Handling Your Personal Finances

November 21, 2016

If someone in your family is a member of the armed services, thank you for your contribution. Military families are an important part of the American demographic, but it’s not always easy for them to afford all the things they need. In the interest of helping families that depend on one military income to get […]

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How to Avoid Getting into Financial Difficulty

November 8, 2016

In these tough economic times, many people find it difficult to budget for everyday living, never mind for an unexpected expense. Research from the Office of National Statistics found that one in three people would be unable to pay out for an unexpected car repair or an unexpected bill. Many people turn to payday loans […]

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The Effects of Having Dual Incomes

October 31, 2016

What’s going on Dinks? I hope everyone had a great October. Since most of you reading this are DINKS, then you should enjoy this article a lot. For people that aren’t DINKS, hopefully, this article will keep you motivated until you get there. Today, I will be discussing the effects of couples having dual incomes. […]

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Managing Your Personal Finances With No Job

October 27, 2016

For those who are unemployed, there may be weeks or months that go by without a paycheck or any other source of financial assistance. Therefore, it is important to manage whatever money is available or whatever money may come trickling in each week. How can you manage your personal finances when you don’t have a […]

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Learn Personal Finance Basics for Free with an Online Course

October 12, 2016

Why should you learn basic personal finance and what’s the impact on your effort to build wealth? If your long term goal is building wealth for your financial well-being, then learning about personal finance and managing it properly daily is going to make that long term goal a reality and will eventually get you the […]

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When Life is Crazy, What’s the One Financial Behavior to Change?

October 4, 2016

Time and time again, people put off getting their financial lives on track because they are too busy. It’s ironic that sound personal finance habits often result in spare time and peace of mind. Those two resources are just what you’d want if you were trying to turn your financial ship around. For people whose […]

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Expense Tracking Worksheet

September 16, 2016

The other day I discussed ways that you can review your expenses. Those three ways were to use Mint, use a transaction register and to review your bank statement each month. Those three ways are very helpful in looking at your expenses. There are other ways that you can track your money as well. One […]

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When Should You Start Thinking About Retirement?

September 16, 2016

Financial independence during retirement is becoming more and more difficult to achieve. That’s why you need to start saving early – a little foresight now could mean a lot when retirement comes around. We expect to live comfortably in our old age, since we’ve worked so hard to get there. We expect to receive a […]

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