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Living below your means is more a matter of self-discipline. A few adjustments here and there could be all it takes to have the necessary funds available for saving and investing.

Published on: 1/10/19, 2:21 PM

Budgeting sounds like a boring strategy used by our parents. For a long time, budgeting was considered the way to manage money because it helped people keep track of where their finances were going.

Published on: 1/10/19, 2:18 PM

If you have tried every way imaginable to avoid bankruptcy but find that you have no other way out of the situation, the first step you should take before filing is to consult with a bankruptcy attorney.

Published on: 1/10/19, 2:14 PM

Most people dream of making a lot of money. Few actually get there--and more often than not, it's because they themselves don't believe that they're worth it, so they never ask.

This article begins with a discussion on defining "a lot" of money and ends with a story detailing one person known to the author who went from a salary of $40,000 to $115,000 in four years.

Published on: 1/10/19, 2:10 PM

None of us have the ability to foresee the future or predict the hurdles which lie ahead of us. This makes building an emergency fund a financial priority. Building an emergency fund is healthy for your financial well being, since you’re rarely given advance notice of a setback or an accident which will keep you out of work for an extended period. It is also a safety net that can save you from bankruptcy or severe financial hardships in the event of an unexpected change in your income or expenses.

Published on: 1/10/19, 2:05 PM