Makeup parties are so fun, but what about the drawer full of products you already have? It’s a great way to support a friend’s business. Learn the tricks of when to buy the new products.
Making a budget is the first step, but also probably the easiest one. The hardest part is living with the budget. With these good habits, you can make living with a budget part of your routine.
We hear so much about how important a credit score is. What exactly is this? How do you know if the score is good? Let’s start by looking at what a credit score is and what it is used for.
If you’re filing income taxes, it can feel overwhelming with all the documents needed. In addition, the waiting time to determine if you owe anything can be difficult, especially if money is tight already. Getting organized with all the necessary paperwork is a big part of the process. Take these steps for a smoother tax […]
Is one of your financial goals to pay off debt? It will not happen overnight, but it can be done. It will take budgeting, skipping some of the “extras”, and dedication. We’ll walk through the steps to get set up to make this happen.
Do you know what your net worth is? Net worth is the value of the accumulation of things you have reduced by the bills owed. It is a financial tool used to measure how healthy your finances are.
If you’re not feeling at peace with your finances, now is the time to start working towards it. Dave Ramsey’s Financial Peace University (FPU) is a great way to start your journey. It is a class one night a week for nine weeks. FPU is a game changer and will help those struggling with finances, […]
Handing your credit card over to the store clerk and just charging it is quick and easy. There’s no waiting and you get that new item right then and there. THEN, the BILL arrives at home in the mail. That is when it is not fun anymore. The newness of the item we bought is […]
Have you wondered how to organize medical bills? This is a 5 step organization system to reduce the stress of what is paid and needs to be paid. If you’re not feeling up to it, ask a loved one for assistance.
Your kids as young as kindergarten are ready for finance. Well, they may not be ready to figure the present value of a lease agreement or do a budget right now, but you’d be surprised by what they can do.