Decreasing your housing budget may mean more money in your pocket.
Need cash flow? Consider reducing your largest expenses.
Want to be financially independent? Study the wealthy.
Do you send in more than the minimum payments on your credit cards each month? (The correct answer is ‘yes.’)
Inflation is financial erosion, a slow and steady force that eats away at the value of money—YOUR money.
There are many culprits that can hamper your ability to build wealth.
The holiday season is an ideal time for your kids to learn, teach, and model how money works.
I’ll bet you don’t think you have much in common with John D. Rockefeller.
Most people don’t know how money works.
The sucker believes that becoming a millionaire is next to impossible without a 6-figure annual income.
Instant Gratification Has Overtaken Your Financial Power.
There’s an old saying: “What we think about, we bring about.”
People with a high level of financial literacy are able to make informed decisions by putting their financial education to work.
Who will teach your kids how money really works? Don’t count on school!
College can be a lot of things. Fun. Scary. Exciting. Confusing.
The average American reported that they lost $1,279 in 2019 due to financial illiteracy, according to a recent survey.¹
Lugging around, on average, $38,000 of personal debt is exhausting.¹
If you don’t think there’s anything awe-inspiring about compound interest—think again.
If you read the last blog article, you now know how to find your credit report and credit score.
Lenders know all about your credit score.
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