Hint: You have to be motivated and do something about it over time.
Steve Goodwin shares how his family got rid of the credit card clutter, and how you can, too.
Do You Have a Paycheck Spending Plan? My Family on a Budget can help.
Steven Goodwin shares the number one principle used to build wealth and how to apply it to your family’s budget mindset.
What could you do with an extra $300-$1,200 next year? By learning to save often and repeatedly, you will be able to pay for things up front and save the interest that you would be paying to finance purchase.
What to say when people ask to borrow money from you.
Steven Goodwin walks us through the pros and cons of money back rewards cards.
Whether you’re shopping or dropping, dos and don’ts for families on a budget.
Finding ways to help them while fostering their independence is crucial.
If you’re still trying to catch up from the last financial setback, you may need a better plan.
3 ways that you can impact your children and inspire them to gain more financially responsibility.
A financial goal plan is essential for your financial journey. These 5 tips will help you stay on track.
Staying focused on financial goals during emergencies or impulse decisions can be hard. Check out these ideas to help you cope better next time it happens.
Steven Goodwin believes that gratitude and generosity open us up becoming more solutions focused
My first hint? Get a jump on the housework!
—When was the last time that you created a budget? What was the experience like? Do you still budget month to month?Everyone has their own opinions about the dreaded “B” word. Yes, I’m talking about the budget. Depending on who you talk to, some people might shudder at the very word or thought. Others open up and you…