Our calendars can be jam packed with birthday celebrations, weddings, brunch and just because happy hours. Text messages, phone calls and e-vites swarm our thoughts – and finances typically don’t drive our answers. How do we maintain our sanity and pockets? Set personal goals keeping your finances in mind One of the main questions you […]
We often prioritize our health, family obligations and career goals – but what about your finances? If a grading system existed to rate your finances; what would the results show? To make sure there’s a clean bill of financial health regardless of life circumstances, use the following tips to keep working toward your money goals.
When thinking about your finances, would you consider it love at first sight or the strong urge to run in the opposite direction? For many of us, our attitudes towards our beloved finances are less than desirable. To change that tune, take a look at how we can re-ignite that spark. Positive outlook equals positive
The COVID-19 pandemic lead to a huge disruption in the lives of American citizens and the world at large. We saw massive layoffs daily, unemployment numbers continue to rise and small businesses being shuttered. It’s fair to say that the entire country was caught off guard with little to no time for preparation. Even with
Transitioning to a new company, position or career is never a clear-cut path. No matter the circumstances, understanding how to leverage your skills is of the highest importance. All scenarios are not treated equally – so be sure to use a combination of these pointers to create the best environment for you and your career.
If this year hasn’t shown us anything, it has proved how vital an emergency fund really is. A home repair, unexpected medical expense or a sudden reduction of income can create a lot of feelings of overwhelm, confusion and frustration. Saving is a vehicle used to set aside a predetermined amount of funds for emergencies,
In a world where there are so many things competing for your time and attention, how do you carve out the necessary time to tend to your finances? On average, Americans spend less than two minutes a day managing their household finances. In order to transition to a place of thriving, we must change our
There can be so many things competing for our attention – family, friends, work and everything else in between. Before making sure everyone (and everything) around you is in tip-top shape, it’s important to focus on the things most valuable to you. Use these four tips to reignite your financial focus for this year and