Money Saving Tips. Maximize Savings on Everyday Items!

Frugal living is more than a lifestyle. It's a passion. Call Me Crazy! I love It!Why, who wouldn't love getting paid to buy products that they use everyday?Here's how I do it.I purchase an item that has a rebate offer (either a store or manufacturer rebate) while it is on... Read More

Top 10+ Ways to Jumpstart your New Year?s Finances!

Of course, these don't have to be done in any particular order! Just pick one or two that particularly apply to your situation. * Create your 2005 filing system. This might include new file folders, a new box to hold them or space in a filing cabinet with easy access.... Read More

Budgeting your Savings - Did You Let Your Piggy Bank Get Away?

I think most of us have at some point in our lives. Some how we forget to feed the little piggy. And, like most neglected "pets", your piggy bank will disappear if you don't feed it. A personal budget is important to create financial independence and setting goals for feeding... Read More

Budget Planning - Its Elementary My Dear Watson

Does it feel like you have to be Sherlock Holmes to solve the mystery behind balancing your personal budget? Are you living a mysterious thriller where your realization of "financial independence and security" is a vicious repeating cycle of debt? Don't be afraid?...Somehow you've ended up lost in the "plastic... Read More

Save Money on your Clothing Budget. Tame the Closet Monster!

Reducing the clothing budget was a serious challenge for me. Two pre-teen girls and a teenage girl certainly didn't make life any easier. My son wasn't much of a challenge. Thank goodness, he's not "fashion conscious".The girls on the other hand were greatly disappointed in the new methods of clothing... Read More

More Money? My Cup Runneth Over...But Im Still Thirsty

Most of us, especially those of us who have debtor's disease (if you have it you know what it is!), have commented or at least thought, "If I could just win the lottery, or sweepstakes, everything would be better." Unfortunately, even if that big dream did come true things probably... Read More

How to Draw a Personal Budget that Works

Many people spend their little income haphazardly without any planning and end up getting broke before month-end. They then borrow to make ends meet and end up with more problems that they fail to repay their debts promptly.However, this is not a prudent way of managing your personal financial affairs.... Read More

5 Ways to Absolutely Destroy Your Finances!

Ben Stein has a book called How to Ruin Your Finances. To be honest, I'm not sure an entire book is needed on the subject-there are some fairly quick and easy ways to accomplish the task. (Before continuing, let me be clear that I do not actually recommend such activities-This... Read More

A Fresh Start for Family Finances in 2005

While 40% to 50% of us make New Year's resolutions on January 1-a ritual that has existed since ancient times-approximately 60% to 80% of us have already broken them by the end of February, according to researchers.It's still not too late, however, to reset the trajectory on your family's finances,... Read More

Money Matters: Strengthen Your Marriage by Putting Finances in Order

Did you know that 43% of all married couples argue over money issues, making it the major reason couples fight? If you and your spouse handle money differently, now is the time to talk, establish expectations, and draw up a financial plan.Money is a very big part of a marriage.... Read More

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Forbes

Educating Employees About Personal Finance: What's Your Role?
Forbes
As the finance and operations lead at an early stage startup, I am also the subject matter expert on personal finance at the company, at least according to my Generation Z colleagues. I have often received one-off questions from them about topics ...


CNBC

When it comes to divorce, not all assets are equal
CNBC
It might be the only thing the two sides in a divorce can easily agree on: it's no fun. On top of the emotional toll, financial missteps during the process can leave you in far worse shape than you intended. And the more intertwined you and your spouse ...

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5 Free Personal Finance Classes Everyone Should Enroll In This Fall
Forbes
And for most of you, this means also reflecting on the fact that you probably never got a formal education in finance. In fact, as Forbes previously reported, just 17 states in the United States require high school students to take a course in personal ...


Missouri adopts revised personal finance standards for students
Joplin Globe
“Financial literacy is a vital component in the education of Missouri students,” Commissioner of Education Margie Vandeven said. “We are committed to ensuring all high school graduates are prepared for life, and personal finance courses can help them ...

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Personal finance author Jean Chatzky shares financial advice in Napa
CUinsight.com (press release)
SANTA ROSA, CA (September 22, 2017) — On Tuesday, September 12, 2017, Redwood Credit Union (RCU) and the RCU Community Fund offered a free financial wellness seminar featuring well-known author, TODAY show personality, and personal ...


Forbes

Here's The Best Tip Fans Can Use From The NFL's Personal Finance Bootcamp
Forbes
"The NFL Personal Finance Camp started in 2015 by former NFL Player, Patrick Kerney, who felt it was extremely important to educate players on how to sustain their finances,” Carla Lide, Manager for Player Engagement, told Forbes via email. “Patrick ...


Chattanooga Times Free Press

Personal Finance: The mother of all data breaches
Chattanooga Times Free Press
It's bad enough to hear from Home Depot or Target that your credit card information has potentially been compromised. It's another thing entirely to learn that one of the national credit bureaus responsible for archiving your financial history has left ...
Equifax messed up. Who pays? You doUSA TODAY
Equifax Suffered a Hack Almost Five Months Earlier Than the Date It DisclosedBloomberg

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AOL

59% of Americans are making a big personal finance mistake
AOL
Only 41% of Americans check their credit reports more than once per year, according to a new nationally representative survey of 1,000 people by personal-finance website WalletHub. However, the same report also found that 84% of Americans think ...


USA TODAY

Financial preparation can help you weather all types of life storms
USA TODAY
As we sit back and watch what seems like state after state get destroyed by Mother Nature's seemingly cruel whims, my thoughts have been squarely with those trying to recover from what will likely be the worst financial moments of their lives. Some ...


How can I budget when my rent is so high? | Personal Finance ...
Dallas News
"Ask Brianna" is a column from NerdWallet for 20-somethings or anyone else starting out. I'm here to help you manage your money, find a job and pay off student ...

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University: A Course in Personal Finance

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Save Money on your Clothing Budget. Tame the Closet Monster!

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A Fresh Start for Family Finances in 2005

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Whats The Truth Behind Your Finances?

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Save On Food - Ten Tips

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10 Tips to Make Sure Your Financial Budget Will Succeed

You've analyzed your past expenses, put them into spreadsheets, loaded... Read More

If All Things Are Possible, Why Cant I Balance My Checkbook?

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