budgeting

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 […]

A budget is a financial tool that is very useful, especially when it comes to managing your expenses. Yet, many don’t create a budget because they feel it may not help them or that it isn’t worth the effort. Here are 5 budgeting myths you cannot believe in order to profit. Image from Flickr by […]

Many people choose the New Year as a starting point for a new financial control strategy. We may be in 2013 but the economic climate is still in a pretty bad way and it’s not expected to get better any time soon. Thankfully, there are a few really simple steps you can take to keep […]

When the bills begin to pile up, the feeling of being overwhelmed can make a profound impact on how you view life. It can get hard to take at times and desperation could alter your judgment when dealing with the situation. There are several things you can do before and during financial upheaval that can […]

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