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Top Ten Financial Mistakes Young People Make

The issue of financial responsibility is unfortunately very difficult for many young people to grasp, and this in turn means that they may not have a chance to put their financial life in order when they are young. There are some mistakes that most young adults make and which often have a negative impact on their finances.

The Financial Basics And The Power of A Personal After Action Review (AAR)

Changing financial habits is difficult; however the After Action Review is a great tool to help you review and remember your goals. Additionally, increasing your financial IQ through books is critical for changing habits.

Changing Financial Habits

Budgeting is a basic personal finance habit, but not well practiced by many. Additionally, it takes a while to fully develop a habit and/or break old ones.

Don’t Blow That Year-End Bonus!

If you are receiving a year-end bonus this year, consider saving or investing your bonus rather than using it to fund a few fleeting moments of fun. Assess your bonus and handle it responsibly. Learn how to get the biggest bang for your buck when it comes to your year-end bonus.

Financial Freedom – Winning The Mental Game

The journey towards financial freedom will require a shift in thinking. The way we think will determine the actions we take and the results that are achieved. This article discusses a few key thoughts what will make a massive difference.

6 Ways to Clean Up Your Budget

I was recently going over my family’s finances and was shocked at how much I didn’t really know we were spending on frivolous things. But let me back up a bit..

The Holiday Season: Changing Horses in Midstream

Once again, we have arrived at that time of the year when retailers hope to make up for a slump in sales of previous months via enthusiastic shoppers, those who throw caution to the wind purchasing more than usual on credit to keep up with holiday-season expectations. Tradition demands it. While you may receive lovely gifts from your friends and family, have you ever considered that your gifts were probably paid for with a credit card that put the giver deeper in debt?

The Rewards of REST

Instead of worrying about all the money goals you haven’t accomplished this year, follow this practical guide to R.E.S.T. and rejuvenate yourself so that you can start off 2016 with a bang! Many people are now preparing themselves for the hectic activities which December brings. While the whirlwind of office parties, gift shopping and family dinners that accompanies the upcoming season is enjoyable, it can at times be exhausting.

Pracitcal Tips for Buying A Car

I had made up my mind to buy a particular car (make / model) with no bells and whistles. I checked the Edmunds website and they have what is called a “Price Promise” from dealers who agree to sell the car (make / model) you are interested in at a price as captured in the “Price Promise”. So, I reached out to two new car dealers saying I have an Edmunds “Price Promise” from your dealership.

Financial Planning at Every Life Stage

Just like there are four seasons in a year, there are different seasons of financial planning during your lifetime. Financial planning can help you can gain a better understanding of where you are at financially, how to prepare for challenges that may be ahead, and how to plan for where you want to go.

Ten Tips for Transforming Your Relationship to Money

Love, hate or indifference… our relationship to money has a great deal to do with how we treat it. Unfortunately, when it comes to money many people are not only ashamed of the choices they made, they often struggle to understand why they made them in the first place, never mind forgiving themselves, learning the lesson and moving forward in a more mindful way.

The Seven Steps To Effective Money Management

This article covers both the thoughts and the actions that are needed to achieve effective management of your money. The inner game is important as negative thoughts about money will sabotage your attempts to get wealthy. Once you have a positive frame of mind then the mechanics can be executed with a strong chance of success.

4 Of the Most Important Questions You Can Ask Yourself Today

Take a moment and ask yourself these 4 questions… Do you consider yourself Financially Fit? Are you living on a written budget? Have you gotten free from the Mill stone of debt around your neck? Are you creating wealth that will sustain you and your family during your retirement years? Now is the time to get on track to your financial fitness, read on to get some answers on how you can start today.

Personal Finance – A Growing Crisis, Could You Be at Risk?

The conditions that lead to the financial collapse of 2008-2009 are slowly beginning to come back to the point where without something being done we could find ourselves at the edge of the abyss again. The growth of personal debt and student debt is rising at an alarming rate all while the rate of savings and investing has again dropped significantly. While Americans are “Credit drunk” and spending more and more, The bills keep mounting and will come due again real soon. Today it’s so easy to get caught up in the borrow and spend cycle that has ultimately lead us all to the edge, staring at the collapse of the economy and of the financial systems as we know it today How’s your level of debt?

Gratitude in an Imperfect World

“Each one of us, as long as life stirs in him, may play a part in extricating himself from the power system by asserting his primacy as a person in quiet acts of mental or physical withdrawal–in gestures of non-conformity, in abstentions, restrictions, inhibitions, which will liberate him from the domination of the pentagon of power.” – Lewis Mumford, American historian 1895-1990. I am thankful for learning the truth about wealth, money and the financial services industry; my eyes opened back in the early 1980’s. That was when I had the privilege of meeting Buckminister Fuller during the last…

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