4 Financial Mistakes Newlyweds Make

by Stacy Tharp 6. November 2013
One of the biggest decisions newlyweds have to make is how to go about combining their bank accounts. This decision requires a lot of discussion around personal money habits and short- and long-term financial goals. Depending on the couple, this conversation may be short and sweet or it may be excruciatingly long and painful. I hate to be the bearer of bad news, but this money discussion will not be your last. No, not even close. It is important that you regroup on a regular basis to discuss you... [More]

Daily Habits of Rich People

by Marylove Moy 22. August 2013
Ever wonder how the rich people get rich or stay rich? With so much economic uncertainty these days, it seems almost everyone I know is a bit nervous about their financial future. Interestingly enough, there seems to be some common traits in how rich people structure their day. Farnoosh Torabi of Yahoo! Finance recently highlighted financial planner Tom Corley and his book Rich Habits: The Daily Success of Wealthy Individuals. (“Wealthy” here is defined as earning at least $160,000 a... [More]

The Finances of Eating and Living Healthy

by Erica Starr 5. June 2013
When it comes to considering the cost of food, most people generally go for what’s the most affordable and convenient at the time. It’s understandable, right? We all know that fast food isn’t the ideal healthy meal, but between dropping the kids off at school, getting to work, taking the dog to the vet and getting the kids to their soccer games, the McDonalds Dollar Menu starts to become a more attractive option with every passing day. Going to the gym? Forget about it&hellip... [More]


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