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To help you do just that, I have put together a month long financial boot camp, with one or two tips per week and a call to action. Together, we will review several aspects of your financial life to make sure you start the year in good shape.
Have you thought about how you would fill your days in retirement or early retirement? What would you do? Are you afraid of what your relationships would become if you stopped working?
Do you have big summer vacation plans coming up? For example, let’s say that a bunch of your old buddies from college have finally decided to get together for an outdoor adventure of mountain biking, white water rafting, and trail running in the mountains.
Superbowl time is among us. That’s right, the biggest football game of the year is scheduled to set off very shortly. Have you ever wondered how to get a ticket to the game?
One of life’s “sure things” is that, at some point, your cable promo rate is going to expire, and you are going to be stuck with a higher rate for the remainder of your contract. Here's a thought...
In some cases, improving your financial situation is less about trying to create resolutions you’ll actually keep — and more about getting rid of the excuses holding you back. Here are three common excuses that everyone needs to stop using.
Many of you who read this blog will know that we have a sister blog Money Bulldog. We recently wrote a post on Money Bulldog about famous celebrities who have been made bankrupt in the past and it got me to wondering, when you think of the amount of money they earn how on earth does that happen?