Use this easy to follow guide for beginners to discover the best ways to evaluate the success of your business for increased success and profits.
In the first part of this article, we discussed 5 ways to survive and even thrive in tough economic times. In this article, we want to outline 5 more ways to use your skills and talents and knowledge you gain about managing your money to increase your income and make the most of what you
Household Budgeting 101: How to Create a Budget and Save on All Your Essentials: Basics for Beginners (Money Matters Book 24) Struggling to make ends meet? You’re not alone. Studies have shown that fewer than 60% of all US households have a budget in place. Yet a budget can be one of the most effective
How to Cut Costs and Save Money on Everyday Expenses: A Beginner’s Guide (Money Matters Book 20) Many people long to save money, but with so much temptation and so much conflicting information, it can be almost impossible to know where to start. In this simple, clear guide for beginners who wish to manage their
Learn how to get yourself free of debt in order to win your financial freedom.
Think about what you would do if your next paycheck didn’t come. Do you have an emergency fund set aside?
In the same way that you go to the doctor and dentist regularly for a checkup, it is also a good idea to give yourself a periodic financial checkup every six months to a year in order to make sure that you are on target for your financial goals. While you still might have over20
Most of us carefully plan our vacations to fit our paychecks. Somehow, though, in spite of all of our best intentions, vacations always seem to cost more than we expect. We go each time with a plan in hand, and each time, we come back wondering where all the money went. Budgeting for the big
You might not consider yourself to be an organized person, but your finances are the last place you want to be disorganized. Having too little cash at the end of the month is a challenge, but overdraft fees and late fees every month are an even bigger concern. By getting organized you dramatically cut down
The most determined people using the snowball system to pay down their debt will cut up all their credit cards, or all but one for emergencies. They certainly will not carry the cards around in their wallets. However, people who are used to using the cards on a regular basis, especially for any emergency which