The following story was shared on this blog last year, but I am sharing it again as tenet 8. There are so many people who complain about being in debt, but only a few people who take action to do something about it.
“Here it is, Romeo. Here are all of my bills and my monthly income. You tell [...]
This post, in part, comes directly from my book, How We Prevent Wealth: A Personal Finance Reflection, because my thoughts on this subject have not changed; Having effective goals is the only way to prosper financially.
The best way [...]
Once we’ve set up a budget, minimized our fixed expenses and variable costs, and have learned to track within our budget, we can begin to get into more “advanced” techniques of saving money. Learning the cost of making minimum payments on credit cards can save us thousands of dollars if we “see” the dollar amount and [...]
There are really only two ways to increase our income. We can make more money or reduce our current and future expenses. Which do you think is easiest to do?
The easiest way to “earn more money” is to find ways to increase the money that we already bring home. Someone who brings home a monthly income of $2,500, [...]
This post comes directly from my book, How We Prevent Wealth: A Personal Finance Reflection, because my thoughts on this subject have not changed; Tracking our spending will always and forever be important.
Tracking within a Budget
Having a budget [...]
I have written a few articles on how to budget in this blog’s past, and I have even covered budgeting in an entire chapter in, How We Prevent Wealth: A Personal Finance Reflection. In fact, the chapter, We Don’t Live on a Budget, covers budgeting in detail. For the sake of this post, however, [...]
One of the underlying themes in my book, How We Prevent Wealth: A Personal Finance Reflection, is that we are our own worst financial enemies. Believe it or not, we are in control of our own spending and saving habits. We make [...]
April is National Financial Literacy Month, which means that it is my time to promote something that is so important to everyone’s well-being. National Financial Literacy Month is a month where the importance of financial literacy should be highlighted by all organizations, and where individuals should strive to education themselves and others about healthy money management practices.
Everyone should be money smart. Everyone. National Financial [...]
Reading a personal finance book is one of the best things that a person who wants to increase their financial literacy can do. So, to increase one’s financial knowledge, why shouldn’t they start reading the personal finance book that I wrote? My book, How We Prevent Wealth: A Personal Finance Reflection, is one [...]
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