How can parents lay the foundation for better financial literacy in the years to come?
A good way to divide advanced societies is to ask: which are the good ones if you’re doing well, and which are the good ones if you’re doing badly?
Most of what we consume is nothing more than a distraction.
–Embed from Getty Images–When Dan Palmer from Pennies & Dollars approached me about contributing ideas for his post “What you wish you knew about personal finance when you graduated high school“, I knew I had more to say than just a little contribution. I graduated class of 2002, 15 years ago. His prompt has brought some memories flooding…
Don’t let money rule your marriage. With some basic parameters, the two of you can handle the stressors of money and prevent serious problems that could lead to divorce.
Are you going to spend your pay increase or are you going to plan out the usage of it so that you can accomplish your goals? Here are some things you can do.
Don’t trim the flowers and water the weeds.
You can do your family budget in any of several different ways but the bottom line is that it’s important to keep track of your finances. Steve Goodwin gives us a good place to start.
A good emergency fund allows you to take some of the frustration and worry out of the otherwise stressful experience.
There is no shortage of quality podcasts that will enrich your daily and weekly routines by helping you learn about money.
Financing our dishes at 25% interest to get a “free” vacation wasn’t the smartest financial decision. Read the story here.
Follow these tips so you don’t get sucked into spending extra money.
Steven Goodwin hopes to get you to reflect on your goals while you are on your financial journey.
Prepare yourself for a life full of hope, ambition, love, and guts with this book list for men.
Check out these personal finance challenges to kick start your savings today!
Great lessons I learned from my boyhood friend.