Assessing Your Financial Health
Doing an annual financial health analysis is extremely beneficial.
Balancing Your Checkbook
Tips for balancing the checkbook.
Banking is an integral part of our lives. However, choosing the "right" financial institution and opening an appropriate account are critical decisions.
Self-reliant living is resonating with a growing number of individuals. How can we apply the “core” values of self-reliant living in terms of personal finance?
Being Financially Prepared
During times of robust economic prosperity, the value of being financially prepared for unexpected emergencies can be easily overlooked. However, practicing financial self-defense is a virtual necessity, regardless of ongoing macro economic conditions.
Common Financial Goals For Couples
One of the most difficult, persistent ongoing challenges for many married couples is how to approach shared financial goals and responsibilities.
Creating Your Personal Financial Blueprint
A personal financial blueprint is a powerful tool for attaining our long-term goals.
Emergency Fund Benefits
Building an emergency fund is a priority for a secure financial life. An emergency fund offers many benefits. A small amount saved each week can soon build a good emergency fund.
Everyday Money Management Techniques
Strategies for everyday money matters.
Financial Planning For College Grads
Recent college graduates struggling with student loans, consumer and credit card debt, financial planning, if thought about at all, ranks as a distant priority. However, the twenties are an especially pivotal stage, particularly as it pertains to creating a secure, lifelong financial foundation.
Financial Planning For NonTraditional Students
The decision to pursue career retraining or to make a transition to a new field is a complex quandry. There are several competing financial concerns that merit careful consideration.
Financial Planning For Singles
Single individuals have a specialized set of financial concerns, needs and objectives. Learn about the 4 "core" areas of financial planning for singles!
Financial Planning On An Irregular Income
Helpful tips and strategies for budgeting and financial planning on an irregular income!
Wealth-building is an integral component of financial planning. It is never too late or too early to embark on wealth-building! Here is an interesting financial self-assessment.
Financially Surviving Unemployment
Effective financial strategies that can help individuals survive unemployment.
Financially Wrapping Up Summer
As summer winds to a close, it's time to wrap up some loose, financial ends and get an early jumpstart on the approaching fall and winter seasons.
Five Steps For Rebuilding Your Finances
Regaining your financial footing after experiencing an unexpected, tumultuous fall can appear to be insurmountable. But it is possible to recover and get back on the right financial course with a few sound strategic moves.
Getting Financially Fit For Spring
Many of us are holding steadfast to our New Year’s resolutions to become physically fit and more active. However, now is also the ideal time to gear up and become financially fit for the spring season! Here are a few helpful strategies!
Health Care In Financial Planning
The rapidly rising cost of health care is compelling many employers to cut back on health care benefits or eliminate coverage entirely. As a result, more and more individuals have to assume a greater financial responsibility when it comes to their health care.
Juggling Multiple Financial Priorities
Establishing and managing multiple and often conflicting financial priorities can be challenging, particularly during economic uncertainty! Here are some effective strategies!
Key Estate Planning Terminology
What is a spendthrift trust? What does “estate in severalty” really mean? For anyone interested in estate planning, it is particularly advantageous to acquire at least a rudimentary knowledge of the most common phrases, terms and concepts.
Learning From Financial Downturns
What lessons can we gleam from this more recent financial downturn that can help us manage our money more prudently?
Money Strategies For The New Economic Reality
Are you still stuck in the 1990s? The current financial crisis and rapidly changing global economy are compelling many Americans to reassess their money management strategies.
Savings Accounts And Interest Rates
A savings account, whether it be at a bank or credit union, offers convenience, easy access to your money, safety and a rate of return that is guaranteed. When it comes to selecting a savings account, the interest rate will be a key consideration.
Selecting A Certificate Of Deposit
Overview of the various types of CDs. When it comes to selecting a certificate of deposit, there are several critical considerations.
Summer Money Strategies
Make the most of your summer with these easy home finance strategies!
The North and South Pole of Desire
If you’re in the pits in relation to money, the fastest way out of the depths is to work on changing your thoughts.
Vacation Time To Accomplish Financial Goals
Creatively utilize vacation time to achieve your personal and financial dreams and goals.
Where to Keep Emergency Funds
An emergency fund is essential to avoid debt. Initially, you may choose to keep your savings at home. You have several options where to keep your savings once you reach a larger amount of money.
Wills are a topic that always seem to engender a multitude of questions and concerns such as “Who exactly needs a will? How do I go about writing a will? What types of information does a will contain? Helpful overview of wills.
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