If you don’t work, you don’t eat. Truer words have never been spoken. But here’s something that also rings true. Even if you do work, if you don’t create a food budget that fits your lifestyle and paycheck, you could end up eating cup o’ noodles by the end your pay cycle as you wait for the next paycheck.
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
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.
I’ll be honest, when I picked up #GirlBoss by Sophia Amoruso I never thought there would be so many valuable personal finance lessons in it. Business advice, tips, and motivation were my expectations, but what I received was a well rounded, personal account of someone who did the unexpected in her own way. Read More
If you’re starting a new job or making selections during your employer’s annual benefits enrollment, you may have the opportunity to select a Health Savings Account. But what the heck is a Health Savings Account?Read More
When shopping for a car, it is important to understand the difference between purchasing and leasing a car. Leasing has become quite popular recently as more and more consumers are looking to drive their dream car while staying within their budget.Read More
You booked your next international trip! Exciting!
But no matter how experienced a traveler you may be, there are a few unexpected costs of traveling abroad that you will want to consider when planning your next trip. These unexpected expenses add up quickly and can sabotage your travel budget if you’re not prepared.Read More