How many times have you told yourself, this is the month, the quarter, or the year that you were going to get your finances in order. This is it! No excuses! Maybe for the first few days or weeks, you actually do stay on track. You create a budget for yourself, you start cooking at … Continue reading 7 Simple Tips to Stay Motivated During Your Money Journey
How are you organizing your bank accounts? Is it one large pot of money for everything you do? Is it a tangled mess of accounts where you have one checking account for some bills and another for other bills, but then a savings account that you also use as a checking account? In this video, … Continue reading The Best (and Easiest) Way to Organize Your Bank Accounts
Investing was never talked about at home, besides my grandmother saying she wanted her money in the bank because investing was “dangerous." I understood that by dangerous she meant risky and that she could not take any risk to lose what she had.
Have you ever thought about how much will you need to retire? I just found out that I need $1.8 million to retire! Hold up, what? Based on my calculations, to maintain my current standard of living, I will need to have $1.8 million at the ready to last me at least 30 years of … Continue reading How Much Will You Need to Retire
So you want to get out of debt, save more money, improve your credit score and increase your investing activity? If you are not using the right financial tool to keep your finances organized, reaching your financial goals will be far more difficult. I have seen it many times before. People often know they need … Continue reading Four Financial Tools to Organize Your Finances