You can cut down on holiday-induced stress by getting serious about organizing your holiday shopping. Here are some tips to help you get it together before you open your wallet.
As functioning adults, one of our responsibilities is to organize our bills and pay them promptly. It might be house rent, car insurance, credit card bills, electricity and water, cable, internet and what seems like many, many others. To avoid the feeling of overwhelm we’re going to look at 3 easy ways to keep these […]
Follow these quick tips to spend cautiously and grow your money. 1. Set Simple Financial Goals Set simple financial goals by answering the following questions: What do I plan to accomplish by growing my savings? What do I need to do to make my goal happen? 2. Keep Track of Daily Expenses Save all your […]
Parents left with an empty nest often have to deal with the emotional and psychological ordeal of letting their children go. These mixed emotions can be overwhelming. Parents deal with it through various ways and diversions. It’s not only emotionally taxing, it can also pose dilemmas on finances – either you have a newfound financial freedom or you could suddenly […]
Welcome to Mission #50 of our 52 Get Organized Missions. For many people, reducing debt is the first step toward a sound financial future. And one of the best ways to reduce debt is to get organized and create a debt-repayment plan – which is exactly what we’ll do in the next 30 minutes. Remember: […]
Welcome to Mission #12 of our 52 Get Organized Missions. What do the financial folders in your home filing system look like? More accounts than you need or can handle? If your accounts are in disorder, it makes it hard to feel on track with your financial goals. So this week we’re going to streamline […]