budgeting

When you’re trying to figure out where your money’s going, your first step should be to create a budget. However, setting a budget is only one piece of the puzzle. The strange problems with a budget is that if you have money left over, you tend to spend it indiscriminately. Suddenly you’re not only wondering […]

This is the 3rd day of my posts this week on training programs I’m looking to put together. I skipped Wednesday because I didn’t want to overwhelm folks on this blog with all the advertising; like a one day break changes things all that much. Trust this guy; he is me In yesterday’s post I […]

A month ago I wrote a post here giving a nice little blueprint to millennials on how to start investing by age 20 and, following my plan, showing how much money they could have by age 65. I wish I’d known that when I was at that age, but I didn’t; always glad to pass […]

Last week I was honored to have an interview I did with Mint.com published on their website. One of the things Mint tries to do is help people manage their money, and I’m all for any system that can help people do that. Michael Tapp via Compfight Many of the articles on this blog have […]

Sticking to a personal budget is always tough. While it is an effective way to start saving for future purchases or unexpected expenses, it often means denying yourself things that you would otherwise buy without a second thought. For this reason, many people avoid budgeting for fear that the sacrifices involved in the long, painful […]

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