Category Archives: Financial Freedom

The Jobs Will That Get You Discounts

Employee discounts are common, especially in the retail industry.  But there are certain jobs that will give you various discounts, whether it’s on clothing items, cars, travel, restaurants, groceries, and so on. Yes, your job that puts food on your … Continue reading

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7 Financial Moves to Make Before 2018

The clock is ticking!  We only have 48 days before 2018! In between holiday shopping, vacations and back to back celebrations, the idea of “improving your financial situation” before the year ends may sound like a very impossible task to … Continue reading

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4 Morning Habits that Financially Successful Individuals Do Everyday

Ever wondered why some people succeed in life and others don’t?   What do successful individuals do differently?  What’s their secret? Well, there isn’t really a secret to success and no magic doors to enter or magic potions to drink.  Sorry, … Continue reading

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Most Common Financial Goal Setting Mistakes to Avoid

When it comes to financial freedom, goal setting is a must.  The goals you set will give you a sense of direction when it comes to how you handle your finances and will be the building blocks of your success. … Continue reading

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10 Everyday Habits that are Making Your Poor

Has anyone noticed that time is running so fast these days?  FYI, we’re only a little over three months away from welcoming a brand new year.  But for some of you, time isn’t just the only thing flying so quickly, … Continue reading

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5 Simple Tricks to Help You Stick to Your Budget

Creating a budget is simple, sticking to it is hard. If you really want to manage your finances successfully, you need to make a conscious decision to commit to it and change your spending habits accordingly. That can be a … Continue reading

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7 Financial Tips for the New College Grads

Congratulations, graduates!  Welcome to the real world where the future is so bright… and terrifying at the same time.  Life after college is a pretty exciting time full of new adventures and opportunities but the feeling of uncertainty is surely … Continue reading

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7 Easy and Helpful Ways to Build an Emergency Fund

It’s never too late to start building an emergency fund.  It’s a very common financial advice and I’m sure you already know how critical that is.  However, the problem is how to actually do it and where to begin – … Continue reading

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7 Ways to Survive a 30-Day Spending Hiatus

As we enter the final days of winter, why not wrap up this season with a challenge that will buff up your budget and prepare you financially for spring and summer break?  The challenge would be a no-spend-month hence the … Continue reading

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10 Personal Finance Moves to Do Before Turning 30

It’s time to get serious when you’re almost in your 30’s.  Not that you shouldn’t be when you’re younger, but… you know what I mean. Turning 30 is a big milestone in a person’s life.  You’re not getting any younger.   … Continue reading

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