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The American Dream is built on the idea that anyone can get ahead but financial security is not a luxury within reach to any and all citizens.
Inbox Zero follows the GTD philosophy as a great way to keep your inbox clean and under control. We discuss what it is and killer tools used to achieve it.
If you’re a small business owner, finding the right accounting software is worth its weight in gold. You need something offering a user-friendly experience while satisfying your essential needs. Perhaps you require time-tracking or invoicing and accepting payments. Whatever the case, if you’re looking to potentially save money while enhancing your business operations, read this QuickBooks Online review.
Feeling lost trying to manage your money is terrible. For many, budgeting carries a steep learning curve that turns would-be budgeters off. You think you’ll never save enough, it’ll require too much of your time, and you never seem to know what to track or categorize.
Everyone should have renters insurance whether it’s required or not. We did all the research for you to make it easy for you to find the best renter’s insurance.
Looking for a premier travel rewards credit card? Our Chase Sapphire Reserve review gets into the hairy weeds. Discover what it has to offer you here.
While 82% of small business owners fail to manage their cash flow, FreshBooks boasts its software will help you do it better while saving you 192 hours every year. This review details its invoicing, time tracking, and accounting features that have been helping self-employed professionals since 2003. In short, if you’re looking for a solution to potentially help you accomplish more in less time, read this post.
Should you start an emergency fund or save for retirement? Pay off debt or start investing? It’s hard to know how to prioritize your financial goals. This post will show you how.
Financial mistakes, we’ve made a few. Hopefully not this many. These are 22 mistakes people make with their finances.
When you have a lot of weight to lose, you don’t lose 100 pounds. You lose one pound 100 times. Achieving financial independence is a lot like that. You have to break down this goal, like any goal, into small, manageable pieces. We will help you get there. Here is a roadmap for financial freedom.
Life comes at you fast. Everything can change quickly and money is the conduit that flows through it all. We’ve boiled down the basics of personal finance into four simple money skills to set you on a path to success for your 20’s and beyond.
We all need a financial plan. But there are so many aspects that it can be hard to know where to start. We’ll show you how to prioritize financial planning.
How do you become organized? There isn’t a single plan that’s a perfect fit. Here are the tools and strategies I use to run a multi-six-figure business, maintain a happy marriage, and raise two children.
What does the ideal financially responsible person look like? Is it you? We’ll discuss achieving financial perfection. See how you stack up.
Now that your vote counts for so little, people are turning to economic boycotting to influence corporate and political policy. But does it work?
Much financial advice is aimed at those making good money leaving the rest of us behind. We want to fix that with 24 financial tips for low-income earners.
Rich people are different than you and me. How are they different, though? Rich people have good habits. Habits that make them more successful, healthier, and smarter. And those things can help you accumulate wealth.This list of 21 rich habits will teach you how to become rich and put you on the path to wealth.
Do you tend to add things to your cart without thinking about it? We’re all guilty of it from time to time. Whether it’s at the grocery store check-out or surfing the web, it’s easier than ever to spend your money without batting an eye. These purchases have a particular name – impulse buys – and they could be dragging down your finances. If you’ve had a regrettable experience (or more than one), we recommend trying the 30 Day Rule to curb your spending.