Tag Archives: moneymanagement

The 30-Day Rule Success Secrets

The 30-day rule is meant to stop any impulse buying that will lead to a big dent in your pocket and buyer’s remorse. As you know, impulse buying has caused many Americans to sink deeper and deeper into debt, paying more and more of their hard-earned money in the form of interest, often from credit… Read More »

109 Personal Finance Tips to Manage your Money

Have you decided to take steps to improve your personal finances? Since you’re here, I’ll assume you have. When you search the web, you’ll see money tips ranging from 5 to more than 75 tips. What’s different about this post? It’s not just about numbers. These personal finance tips are simple and practical – ideal… Read More »

Take the Money IQ Quiz

How well are you managing your money? Take this Money IQ quiz and have some fun with hypothetical scenarios. How would you handle these different financial situations? Life can suddenly throw any of us a number of curve balls.  Learn about your financial self. This Money IQ Quiz will show you where you stand. Use… Read More »

What Is Your Money Personality? 16 Myers-Briggs Money Types

Do you know what your money personality is? Find out in this fun infographic. A special thanks to Mint.com for kindly providing this great resource to improve our financial knowledge. When you know your money personality, it’ll help you manage your finances better. Ready? What Your Myers-Briggs Personality Type Means for Your Wallet Learning more… Read More »

Use the Real Rule of 72 to Reach FIRE

Are you thinking of achieving financial independence, retire early (FIRE)? Whether you are or not, it literally pays to know the rule of 72 and use it. To begin with, let’s get clear about what the rule of 72 is. The Rule of 72 is a “formula that is used to estimate the number of… Read More »

Top 4 SMART Money Goals for the New Year 2019

2019. Happy New Year! It’s time to sit down and set your money goals for the year. Why set goals? Setting goals helps to steer us on the right path. Most of us start our New Year with goals – there are always things that we wish for and want to happen. Your list of… Read More »

How to Stop Living from Paycheck to Paycheck Forever

My mission in writing this post is to empower us all to stop living from paycheck to paycheck Sadly, many Americans are living paycheck to paycheck. How do we know? A Bankrate financial security index survey found that 61 percent of Americans do not have enough savings to pay off an unexpected $1,000 bill –… Read More »