How Well Do You Follow Financial Advice?

October 1, 2013

Have you ever half-followed financial advice? What kind of results have you seen? Health Advice I remember once having a sinus infection and using doctor-prescribed antibiotics with mixed success. The symptoms got to the point where I actually went to bed early two nights in a row, something that hadn’t happened in a year or […]

Are You Sharing Too Much Information Online?

July 11, 2013

One of the great things about the Internet is that it’s possible to keep in touch with others. It’s easy to share what’s going on in your life, and to see what’s happening in the lives of those you care about. However, there is a possibility that you’re sharing too much information online. If you aren’t […]

Are You as Financially Literate as You Think You Are?

July 1, 2013

As a financial writer, I see all the hand-wringing about the low financial literacy in America. It’s not just those immersed in finances that see the problem, though. Many regular Americans agree that financial literacy is somewhat lacking. However, many Americans think that they aren’t the problem; it’s always someone else who needs to know more […]

Teach Your Kids How to Manage Money in 7 Easy Lessons

September 28, 2009

As a parent, you are responsible for teaching your kids how to manage money. No matter what their age, children should start learning how to manage money throughout their childhood. Children taught these lesson turn tend to turn into financially responsible adults instead of jobless and in debt adults sitting on their parents’ couches watching […]

Guide to Budgeting & Tracking Money For Newlyweds

August 31, 2008

Do you often wonder where you money goes? Do you struggle to save money after all of your bills are paid? The problem is your budget, or lack of a budget. Less than 5% of the households in the United States keep a consistent household budget, and that is why 95% of the nation struggles […]