Assuming you’ve read my post on the importance of keeping a budget, you’ve probably considered setting one up if you haven’t already. But sticking to a budget can seem daunting, … Continue readingSimple vs. Detailed Budget: Which is Right for You?
Your Guide to Getting Your Finances In Order With tax season behind us, this is a perfect time to review your current financial position and look ahead to see what … Continue readingYour Financial Checklist
Separate or joint accounts, which is best for a married couple? When you get married, what’s mine and yours becomes ours, finances included. Whether or not you combine your bank … Continue readingA Couple’s Guide to Bank Accounts
Here I’ll tell you how to make a budget and why you need one ASAP. Making a budget can be a simple process and really beneficial for your personal finances … Continue readingHow to Make a Budget and Why You Need One ASAP
It’s that time of year again, when the store aisles fill up with red and white decorations, chocolates and candies, and boundless bouquets of roses. You can drop a lot … Continue readingValentine’s Day on a Budget
New Mindset According to Northwestern Mutual, $32,000 is the average personal debt of a millennial. This includes student loans and credit card debt and does not include home mortgages. Starting … Continue readingGetting Out of Debt is Possible
The budget conversation might be a difficult one to have, but it’s incredibly important. And finances are not a discussion you should have just once but rather on a regular … Continue readingBudgeting with Your Significant Other