If you have debt or have had debt in the past, you know how it controls your life. Stress, embarrassment, uncertainty; all of these feelings are caused by debt. It’s not fun being in debt.
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Coming soon, Personal Finance Puzzles and Quizzes. This book was created as an extension of the weekly SavvyQuizzes that appear on this blog, based on the positive reception of that feature. In this unique collection, readers will have a chance to test their knowledge of personal finance concepts through quizzes – comprised of multiple choice and True/False questions – and various types of puzzles.
Most of us having a job and a family, suffer from month end crisis almost every month. It is those last few days of the month when your finances are over and you are in a fix on how to manage the daily expenses like food, dairy products, child needs and the list goes on. Well, had you thought wisely and saved for this time, may be the situation would have been different. This article gives you tips on how you can be a money saving mom and be able to save your money today to build your tomorrow.
As you may recall I wrote a post about emergency funds a while back and why I choose to not have one. Instead of having a chunk of cash for emergencies I instead have an emergency plan. It may not work for everyone, but it works for me.
Recently I had the misfortune to put that emergency plan to test as I was hit with a big unexpected expense.
Although the global financial crisis is widely understood to be coming to an end, it will take a lot of us some time to get our finances in order. Just because it seems as though you are losing more each month than you are making does not mean it will last forever. Follow these tips to begin to reduce your debts.
Today I am delighted to welcome Jason Hull from Hull Financial Planning. I’ll let him introduce himself and his new Winning with Money course, a course that will help you lay down your financial goals and achieve them in due time.
We all make our spending choices, and what one person sees as a “waste” might be totally worth it to someone else.
Have you received a windfall? Before you spend the money on something frivolous, though, think twice. Consider that your windfall might be just the thing to put you ahead of the curve.