2017: Try Budgeting Yearly

As the year 2016 draws to a close, I invite you to try something different for the coming year: yearly budgeting. If you’ve done any kind of budgeting exercise, you’ve probably made lists or spreadsheets of your monthly expenses. Things like rent or mortgage payments, utility bills, and student loan payments. Why should we budget…

Money Advice that Don’t Grow Old

Many recommendations I’ve made are as applicable today as they will be in future, and they bear repeating. Here are some of the best financial moves for you to consider: 1. Understanding and managing your thoughts, feelings, and beliefs about money is as important as understanding how money works. Our brains are programmed to make…

4 Smart Steps to Financial Freedom

Financial freedom is defined as the state of not having to work actively and be able to sustain a desirable lifestyle. You will have the ability to make choices, to spend time with your family and loved ones, to travel the world or to pursue a lifelong interest which you haven’t been able to. All…