Setting financial goals for your future are an important component in getting your financial life in order. Here are the steps to take
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Is Dave Ramsey's Financial Peace University program worth the price you'll pay to take it? Have you paid for the program, and if so, what did you think of the program and the cost?
Money is interwoven into many areas of our lives. It is no wonder that 'going the wrong way' financially, can have a direct and negative impact on us.
One budgeting software that I've heard quite a bit of positive feedback about is You Need A Budget, a desktop budgeting software. Here's my full review
When trying to get your financial life in control, there are some proactive steps you need to take along the way that will make the process that much easier.
Money and marriage can, unfortunately, often go together like other infamous pairings. Think mongoose-snake, or Charlie Sheen and self-control. It is also often true that opposites attract – and if you found your true love in a partner who is very different than you, most likely your views on finances may not be exactly like your partner’s. Read more at http://www.creditsesame.com/blog/money-and-marriage/
If you are going to improve your money management abilities and make your way down the path to financial freedom, one of the most important things you can do is decide on what’s important to you.
I’ve worked with lots of people and there is one common trait of the financially successful: live within your means & know your spending.
Having a variable income presents certain challenges when it comes to budgeting. With some planning, though, it is possible to create a working budget that allows you to meet your needs, and even take care of some of your wants.
If your budget isn’t working the way that you intend it to work, then you may need to start from the ground up and build a budget beginning with the essentials.