Personal Finance

9 Year-End Money Moves

9 Year-End Money Moves

The year is quickly coming to an end, and there are things that you could do to improve your finances.  Here are 9 money moves that could help you for years to come. Photo by Edwin […]

6 Ways to Give

6 Ways to Give

I know it’s tough to think about giving when we are in the midst of this global economic crisis; however, this is also the time that you can make the most difference by giving.  So if […]

Five Simple Steps to Stop Being a Victim

A while back, I wrote about victim mentality and how it could negatively impact you in many ways; including your financial health.  Mostly, it was a story used to demonstrate a point, but it didn’t offer […]

Teach Your Children the Four Pillars of Money Management

Teach Your Children the Four Pillars of Money Management

My son is almost a year old, so I am interested in the topic of teaching children about money management. I think teaching them about money can build a solid foundation that will result in a […]

Victim Mentality and Why Your Finances Suck

Victim Mentality and Why Your Finances Suck

Recently a bunch of friends got together and the term victim mentality came up. Victim mentality is a tendency to blame external or uncontrollable factors, instead of focusing on internal or controllable factors for things that […]

Looking Back: My Finances 10 Years Ago

Looking Back: My Finances 10 Years Ago

A while back the Money Blog Network asked other bloggers to share what their finances were like 10 years ago. I’d forgotten about this group project until I read one at Can I Get Rich On […]

Money and Marriage: On Combining Finances

Money and Marriage: On Combining Finances

One of the last things that most couples think about before getting married is money. Unfortunately, one of the most common reasons why couples go through a divorce is also money. If your marriage is on […]

ABCs of Wealth Building

At the end of last month, I discussed how the basic net worth formula reveals several money management insights. As part of that article, I started a little game where I ask my readers and other […]

The Big Rocks of Life

Sometimes, it’s easy to focus too much on money and forget why money is important. To me, the most important reason to have money is so that my family and I can survive — e.g., to […]

The Basic Formula of Wealth

One of my favorite subjects that I talk a lot about on this blog, is the subject of wealth. As you know, I share my net worth monthly. Although there are many beliefs and philosophies on […]

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