Living a life of frugality can be exhausting and lonely. Here are some pitfalls you can expect to encounter on your journey and tips on avoiding them.
The earlier you retire, the longer your money has to last.
The old financial advice, “Pay yourself first” is still very true and should begin with your first paycheck.
The best thing to do immediately after you receive your first unemployment check is to plan on not receiving it.
No matter what you’re trying to do — be “bougie on a budget,” upgrade your wardrobe, try out different styles, or give yourself a complete makeover — shopping challenges help you simultaneously accomplish your fashion and finance goals.
Money itself isn’t a homewrecker. It’s other issues — like communicating about money, your relationship with it, and your values associated with it — that cause problems. Here’s how to alleviate the tension associated with money matters.
Part of parenting is teaching children how to be resilient, creative, innovative and resourceful. Sometimes, the best way to teach them these things is by letting them go.
The key to success in business and in life is to be genuine and remain authentic.
Forget what you heard from “momma and nem.” Here are real answers to seven tough debt questions.
While you are in the mindset of minimizing, organizing, and cleaning out the old, you should apply those same principles to your finances.
The trend of grandparents serving as the primary caretaker of grandchildren has not only become common but it’s also becoming the new norm. And while grandkids are a gift from God, they are a very expensive gift that can wreak havoc on a grandparent’s pocketbook.
Excessive amounts of self-criticism is counterproductive because it leads to hyper-focusing on failures and flaws.
The ability to survive and recover from a significant financial setback depends on how well you are prepared before disaster strikes and how flexible and proactive you are during and after the event.
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Here is a list of the top five things that every single person should do with their finances
Selling your business isn’t the end of something good. It’s the start of something better.
Fiscal responsibility is one of the greatest things you can teach your children. Failing to teach them how to handle and relate to money will create a type of poverty in them than no amount of money can fix.
In order to get and stay out of debt, you have to shake things up. You need to change your thought patterns, financial habits, routines, and in some cases, your circle of friends.
Marriage is a marathon, not a 100-yard dash. Instead of focusing on having the perfect wedding day focus on building a life together.
Working a job you loathe and perpetually chasing the dollar will make you far unhappier than wearing secondhand clothes and driving a hooptie.
How do you know that you are financially ready to handle the responsibility of starting a family? While there is no definitive answer to that question there are some benchmarks and indicators that can assist you in making this life-altering decision.
Keeping your day job while turning a side-gig into a business is a great way to mitigate risk, learn your market niche, and test ideas and business models.
Research shows that there is a systematic method for approaching and engaging new people.