Just because you didn’t make headway on your resolutions in January doesn’t mean you have to give up. There is still plenty of time to make concrete goals.
Does your life feel like you are managing from crisis to crisis? How do you plan ahead for such events? Joseph from the Bible can teach us how to plan ahead
It’s often hard to tell whether someone is a truly a financial expert, or whether they’re just good at marketing. How do you find a credible expert?
The One-Page Financial Plan by author Carl Richards, gives people a one-sheet plan that they can look to when the going gets rough. Let’s take a look.
Everyone has financial challenges at one time or another. Here is how you can plan ahead and protect yourself against financial ruin.
Dave Ramsey’s new class, The Legacy Journey, looks in depth at building wealth, investing and God centered stewardship as a way to leave a legacy.
Recognizing the opportunity cost of our decisions, and analyzing them closely is key in choosing the best financial path. Here’s how you can count the cost.
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.
With the start of the new year and with the motivation and good feelings that it brings, why not make this the year you start saving for your retirement?
The Wall Street Journal lists 15 important numbers that everyone should know to make better financial decisions. Here they are, broken down by category.
Setting goals allows you to have something to work towards, a concrete number and time frame in order to get those competitive juices flowing.
A life plan will allow you to live life with more clarity, balance and peace of mind. So how do you write a life plan, and what questions should you answer?
Creating a net worth of a million dollars is possible for just about anybody. Here’s how to go about achieving that goal.
If you want to graduate college without a lot of debt, and with your finances under control it’s important to make sound financial decisions from the start. So where to begin?