We have all heard the sage financial sound-bytes that seem so powerful and useful. But what do they really mean and how can they be used in everyday life? Decoding the true meaning of some of the tried and true financial sayings can be very helpful to your financial situation. Applying these thoughts will produce positive results.
Do you need to increase your cash flow to make your monthly budget work? Almost everyone could use a few more dollars each month. There are ways to give yourself a raise even if you don’t get one from your work.
Whether you are like thousands of families getting ready to head out for spring break or you are spring breaking at home, the week of Spring Break is a potential financial crisis caused by overspending. Fortunately, there are a few ways to keep your spending under control.
Budgeting is certainly a lifestyle change and if your New Year’s resolution was to live by a budget, you could be experiencing burnout by now. Lifestyle changes are difficult, however there are ways to beat budget burnout and stay on track financially.
No matter the age of your child, it’s never too early to start teaching them the three principles of money: saving, spending, and sharing! The more they understand at an early age, the better equipped they’ll be to make wise financial decisions later.
This is the time of year that many couples are taking their relationships to a more committed level. With Valentine’s Day being this week most couples probably talked about love but for long term relationships a discussion about money is critical. Following the money relationship advice below might be just as important to your relationship as expressing your love for each other.
If you want 2017 to better financially than 2016 you really need to have a plan. It doesn’t have to be complicated, sometimes a simple plan works the best. A plan based on foundational aspects of money management can actually be easy to follow and requires only 6 steps.
One of the traditional activities for this time of year to make resolutions for the New Year. Making smart financial resolutions should be part of your New Year’s resolutions. Avoiding the common mistakes in making resolutions can help you be more successful in achieving your goals for 2017.