Planning for any "end date" is tricky business. What happens when it doesn't come as planned? Here are a few suggestions.
Ever wonder if a new and innovative money system would work in your situation? When it comes to money, you can pretty much test to your heart's content. It takes a bit more work (you have to keep your existing system active), but it lets you evaluate and explore. I call this my "money lab." … Continue reading Test it in Your Money Lab
If an elevator pitch makes sense for your blog or business, why not for your money? An elevator pitch is something typically taught to entrepreneur-types for the benefit of having others understand what they do. Could you simplify your financial goals and values to three or four sentences? It takes a great deal of focus … Continue reading Write an Elevator Pitch for Your Money
There are five things in personal finance that people always seem to procrastinate. There are a few major reasons for this. Are you guilty of avoiding these five?
It's all about frugality and priorities--how to spend money in a way that has the most impact on your life.
Thinking about a recent stream of comments lately--all about future income. How do we deal with it?
This is it--the one document that will guide your financial decisions for the rest of your life. Are you ready to write one?
Our wired-in tendencies are to start over-spending when the economy recovers. If you don't want to be part of the trend, check out my set of tips for how to stay frugal & focused during an economic upturn.
Looking at the various components of what you typically need to buy a home. Includes some case study material and commentary on how things have changed with the economy.
We may be on the way of out of the recession, but it's always good to remember how we got here and how to prepare for the next time around.