If you find yourself reading this post, chances are you’re ready to take control of your finances once and for all. Maybe you’ve found yourself Googling phrases like, “how to manage money” or “how to learn about personal finance.” But let’s be honest, the results are overwhelming and the information available can be confusing. Don’tContinue reading “Save Money, Get Rich: Personal Finance in 5 Steps”
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Allowance Experiment: Are Three-Year-Olds Too Young?
I expected a tantrum. I expected a massive, double meltdown in the toy aisle that I would have to ride out. But miraculously, that didn’t happen. What I didn’t expect was that they would still be talking about those dinos days later and asking when I would go back and buy them.
Top 7 Steps to Take When You Lose Your Job
Take a look at today’s headlines. No, really, I’ll wait. What did you see? Words like “recession” and “record-high inflation” probably jumped off the screen, creating a sinking feeling in your stomach or raising your level of anxiety. Are you worried about possible lay-offs? Are rising interest rates making the dream of home ownership seemContinue reading “Top 7 Steps to Take When You Lose Your Job”
How Much Do You Need in Your Emergency Fund?
I’d like to tell you a story about the worst year and a half of my life. And yes, before you start to wonder, it was the same year and a half that was everyone else in the world’s worst as well. But for me, it was an entirely different reason. It all began inContinue reading “How Much Do You Need in Your Emergency Fund?”
Why You Need a Money Mantra
If you need to change your outlook on your personal finances, check out our reasons below for why you need to create your own Money Mantra and take charge of your finances today.
Which Budget Is Best?
If you’ve ever found yourself wondering exactly how you can make a budget and what works for you, keep reading. We’ll investigate some of the most popular types of budgets for you and your family to choose from.
What Is a Budget? A Beginner’s Guide
If you’re anything like me, you like the idea of a budget, but not the actual practice. Spend less? Yes! Know more about where your dollars are going? Sure!