Whether your business is your side hustle or your full-time hustle, you already know that in order to grow, you will have to eliminate the non-income producing, administrative tasks that suck your time and energy. How do you do that? As a freelancer or solopreneur, it is often easier said than done. Read More
Money is one of the leading causes of stress in relationships. In Part 1, we discussed how and why financial infidelity occurs and how to overcome it. Part 2 is a personal story from Wilson’s wife, who had to confront and overcome struggles with money in order for their relationship to survive and thrive.Read More
This post is in partnership with SearchRx.
The U. S Pharmaceutical industry is worth an estimated $413 billion U.S. dollars. Wellness is big business. Our evolving medical conditions and concerns often require prescription drugs. As elected officials determine the fate of the Affordable Healthcare Act, the price of prescription drugs continues to skyrocket. For some, access to prescription drugs improves their quality of life, and for others there drugs are life saving. These life-saving and life-enhancing medications can come with a hefty price tag.
Here are a few things you can do to save money on prescriptions:
Not everyone receives salary increases each year, but that doesn’t mean you can’t increase your total compensation. While emphasis is placed on salary, your employee benefits can account for as much as 30% of your total compensation.Read More
In January 2017, President-elect Donald Trump will assume his position in office as the 45th President of the United States. Whether this was the election outcome you expected or not, it shouldn’t interfere with your ability to achieve your financial goals. The best thing you can do is financially prepare yourself for the Trump presidency by informing yourself of his proposed policies and aligning your money (and your actions) with your future goals. Here are some ways to financially prepare for the Trump administration. Read More
Let’s be real, some major medical expenses are unavoidable. However, many expenses can be greatly reduced by the type of insurance plan you have.
Although open enrollment for 2017 ends on January 31st, you can qualify for a Special Enrollment Period if you’ve had certain life events, including losing health coverage, moving, getting married, having a baby, or adopting a child.
If you qualify for the Special Enrollment Period, you usually have up to 60 days following the event to enroll in a plan. If you miss that window, you have to wait until the next Open Enrollment Period to apply.Read More
I have a confession. I am a workaholic. I eat, breathe, and sleep My Fab Finance.
As a newlywed, that doesn’t always go over well with my husband. We’ve realized just how important it is to set aside time and carve out boundaries for our marriageRead More
This is a guest post from Laticia “Action” Jackson .
Poor health not only affects your quality of life, it affects your pockets! Poor health is expensive to diagnose, manage and treat.