It’s the start of the month! What practical money steps can I inspire you to take?
Here are the top 8 no-brainer moves for your money that people can do to update and refresh their finances right now.
Money management isn’t about being perfect 100% of the time; it’s about the practice of returning to a routine. Here’s what I do for my money each week and why you should strive for imperfect money management.
For most people, increasing wealth is less about cutting back drastically, and more about capturing opportunity—but you must identify for yourself what opportunities motivate you.
Financial planning only matters if you have the potential to produce money in the first place. There is one point about money that is more important than any other, and that’s to understand what is required to generate wealth.
And for a little break…this post on Men Just Don’t Trust Women — And It’s A Huge Problem. BLEW. MY. MIND. And I totally see how I have fallen prey to this.
Did you see One Company’s New Minimum Wage: $70,000 a Year, whaaaaat????? I have my own thoughts about what people should be doing with their raises, of course :o)
Here is a really useful article for First-Time Home-Buyers: How Much Do You Really Need to Save?
For your children’s financial education: Beth Kobliner, author of the New York Times bestseller Get a Financial Life, and a member of the President’s Advisory Council on Financial Capability who spearheaded the creation of Money as You Grow (which offers age-appropriate money lessons for children) covers The 5 Most Important Money Lessons To Teach Your Kids (awesome!).
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