How To Save $1000 In One Month
Oct15

How To Save $1000 In One Month

Tweet Are you making good money but living pay check to pay check? You are not alone, MarketWatch stated that approximately 62% of Americans have no emergency savings. Oddly, if 26% of those stated if they were faced with an emergency they would raise the money needed by reducing spending elsewhere. Why wait for an emergency to build an emergency savings? Start now. You don’t want to be like 16% of Americans and borrow from family or...

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How To Stop Living Paycheck To Paycheck
Jan29

How To Stop Living Paycheck To Paycheck

Tweet Have you ever said to yourself, I don’t make enough? If you haven’t said it, I am sure you have a friend who has told you that they never have enough money. I have coached people who make $75k to $500k, yes, well over six figure salaries and they are living paycheck-to-paycheck. Coming telling me in our coaching sessions they just are not making enough money. In recent survey conducted by SunTrust noted that one third of...

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What Is The Difference Between An Emergency Fund And A Savings Account
Jan27

What Is The Difference Between An Emergency Fund And A Savings Account

Tweet Yesterday I talked about how to save $1000 in one month. That is money for your emergency fund and even though it is recommended that you have at least $1000 in an emergency fund, I think a more realistic number is $2500. Pricing for everything is going up including how much emergencies cost. What is the difference between an emergency fund and a savings account? Well first of all, I do firmly recommend you have two separate...

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Time To Get Out Of Debt
Jan04

Time To Get Out Of Debt

Tweet We could be in for a turbulent year when it comes to the economy. Of course no one knows for sure, but all the indicators are that the economic world is not doing well, contrary to what the media may be telling you. Regardless of what may or may not happen, I think the time is now to start getting out of debt. Pay down your credit cards, start saving money. Live below your means. Check out my new video and please subscribe to my...

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Going Poor Eating
May18

Going Poor Eating

Tweet Food. We all need it to survive, some love it so much they define themselves as a foodie, others truly just eat to survive. Over the last several months I have failed terribly at bringing my lunch to work on the days when I am not working out of my home. I have not excuse.  Sure, I can say I have been busy, tired, but really even on a good day I am busy and get tired. The fact of the matter is I just have not made preparing my...

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10 Things Our Grandparents Did With Money
Apr27

10 Things Our Grandparents Did With Money

Tweet First off, when I reference Grandparents, I am referencing those who were born in the late 1890’s to early 1900’s. In my opinion, that was the smartest generation.   Actually, I even think my great grandparents were even smarter when it came to money, but for the sake of this post the two can be intertwined. When it comes to investing money, many people today look at what the super rich do, people like Donald Trump or Warren...

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HotLogic Mini – Eat An Enjoyable Lunch At Work
Dec03

HotLogic Mini – Eat An Enjoyable Lunch At Work

Tweet A great way to save money is by taking your lunch to work. Sometimes it is a sandwich, many times it is left overs from last nights dinner and then there are times it is a frozen dinner. Whatever it is, it is a great way to save money and eat healthier. Saving money and eating healthier is sometimes not a great experience when you have to heat up your meal in the company’s community microwave.  You know what I am talking about,...

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