Category: Financial Advice

If you have a passion, chances are there is a way to monetize it. Believe me, it has been done with almost anything. They key

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Children learn best when they’re thrown into real situations – and one of the best ways for them to learn about the money world they’re

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Understanding the difference between an asset and a liability is a crucial step in learning how cash flow works and a fundamental shift in how

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Before you can make any change – at least any knowledgeable change – you need to have a good long review of your finances. This

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As you’re reviewing your finances and have gathered everything together that you need to take an overhead view of your money life, work to start

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Creating a chart of your expenses can be a huge help in visually seeing where you are actually spending your money. Since you should have

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After seeing a chart or graph of where you are spending, it’s time to cut down on those expenses where you’re really not getting a

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During the entire month of May I’m going to be offering all of you a tip a day toward getting your finances and money-mind in

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It is far past time for some financial change – a healthy curriculum of financial education – to be a mandated part of graduation from

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Learning is a communal and societal process. We are each smarter because of the collective knowledge passed down and stored from generation to generation. We

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