Posts filed under: Personal Finance

Do you have an emergency fund? If you’re on a tight budget and haven’t started building an emergency fund, now is the time. You’ll sleep easier knowing you’re prepared with a...
We’ve discussed some of the big disasters in life that can significantly change our financial picture — the death of a spouse and divorce. Today we will explore another life...
According to Bloomberg, in 2019, the global debt burden reached a staggering height of 244 trillion dollars. People are taking on a massive amount of debt and a major factor...
Debt compounds the stress in your life. When you’re in debt, it often feels crushing and insurmountable. And, when you factor in inflation along with the threat of a recession,...
One of the worst crises any of us can face is the death of our partner, significant other, or spouse. It’s an excruciating loss, and the last thing you want...
None of us likes to think about dealing with finances after a personal crisis. But the chances are high that at some point in life, you’ll face one of what...
I frequently get asked about credit cards. Are they dangerous? Are they useful for budgeting? If so, what’s the way to go about budgeting with a credit card? When it...
I know it’s not always popular to say financial planning for women looks different than financial planning for men…but it’s 100% true. As a woman who’s worked in the financial...
I know you’ve got a lot on your plate! Like most of us, after a long week at work, the last thing on your mind is personal finance. I TOTALLY get it....
I totally geek out when it comes to preparing a budget and seeing the numbers come together. I’m even happier when I’m living on a budget and the numbers actually...
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