Now that many universities have bid farewell to the class of 2014, it’s time to get started in the “real world.” Here are 5 financial tips for college grads:
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A couple weeks ago, some of my fellow personal finance bloggers and I launched the pilot episode of the Money Mastermind Show. It’s an exciting adventure, since this is something I’ve never done before.
Many consumers (and experts) fail to see budgeting as a creative endeavor, and that is a big shame. Hopefully, you can use the following creative ideas to stick to your own spending plan.
You might be surprised at how much you can save if you are willing to make a few relatively simple lifestyle changes. Here are 7 lifestyle changes that can help you cut costs so you can pay down debt:
In this episode the panelists introduce themselves for the first time, and then have a discussion about financial philosophies, why it’s important to come up with a money philosophy of your own, and how your personal philosophy can help to guide your decisions about money.
n order to help kids really learn money lessons, I think it’s important to make these lessons part of every day life. You don’t have to spend 10 minutes of each day lecturing your child about money, but there are some learning experiences you can incorporate into your daily life that can help your child develop positive money habits for the long run.
You’ve worked hard to build wealth. In order to protect your wealth, you need to put asset protection strategies in place. Here are 5 tips that can help you effective plan for asset protection: