Do you make time for quiet in your life? Do you get up early to exercise, or read the Bible? Many of us don’t take time to relax, and it is costing us.
Here’s a list of important Black Friday shopping tips and things you can do to prepare for the hottest shopping week of the year.
Any house that you buy “used” has a history to it, and that history may affect your finances. Here’s one key call you can make to check out your new home.
Money issues often lead to divorce. Here are some concrete suggestions on how to invest in your marriage so that money struggles aren’t the end of yours.
Learning how to say no and to resist pressure tactics, whether they be from family or salesmen, can save you a bundle.
Have financial trouble? I’d take a close look at the quality of your relationships. You may find fixing those areas is the first step to moving forward.
Ideally we would approach our financial decisions with nothing but numbers in our heads. But for most of us our emotions play a huge role in our finances.
Have you ever found yourself at odds with someone you respect who has a different currency of love? Here’s why it may not pay to argue with them.
One of the discussions that we always seem to be having in this country has to do with what constitutes “wealthy.” How do you define wealth?
Crowdfunding has made it simple to raise money for nearly every type of business, social cause or personal project. How can you run a successful campaign?
This year, take the time to surround yourself with people who are responsible with their money. You’ll be amazed how much your own financial life improves.
One of the biggest challenges faced by many consumers is that they don’t know how to form good money habits that stick. It’s depressingly easy to get caught in a personal finance boom and bust cycle in which you live spare for a few months to pay off debt, and then, once the scarcity is […]
Creating a net worth of a million dollars is possible for just about anybody. Here’s how to go about achieving that goal.
Using the Internet and social media has caused us to have a shorter attention span than we used to, and some would suggest that it leads to higher spending.