September is National Preparedness month and an important component is being financially prepared for all of the life events that can come your way, expected or unexpected. It starts with understanding how different life events might impact your financial situation.
Lets face it, managing money can be adventure especially in today’s ever changing financial environment. Whether you have a portfolio of investments or it is just managing your 401k, there are mistakes to avoid if you want to have long-term success.
We often hear that a budget is the key to financial success but did you know there are many different types of budgets? Picking the one that works for your current situation is the key to budgeting success.
For most everyone, following the basic money rules is the path to success. However, just like all rules, there are exceptions. Knowing when to break a money rule can be the key to long term financial success breakers.
Even though we are still in the long hot days of summer now is the best time to start planning for the holidays. Read below to learn some of the important steps you can take now to help make the holidays less bleary come this winter.
Conventional financial wisdom is often quoted and yet unfortunately it is rarely followed. This is a missed opportunity because some of the basic rules can provide a strong financial foundation. A foundation that can make a difference on reaching your goals.
Even though summer doesn’t officially start for a couple of more weeks, most kids are out of school, the weather is warmer and most of us are in full summer mode. Summer, unfortunately, is a time that many can make blunders that can turn their financial situation upside down.
May is the time that many young adults are ready to venture into the world armed with a degree and hopefully soon a great job. With all of the excitement, financial matters are often forgotten which can be detrimental to their long term success. This is a critical time financially speaking for young adults.