6 Questions You Must Ask To Get What You Want Out Of Your Money

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6 Questions You Must Ask To Get What You Want Out Of Your Money What do you want to get out of your money? It’s sad but most of us never really ask this question. Yeah, we often daydream about what we’d do if we had a million dollars or how nice it would be if we could splurge on a family vacation, but we never seriously consider what we really want to get out of our money. Most of us simply use our money as it’s available and never […]

6 Books That Changed My Financial Life

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6 Books That Changed My Financial Life Warren Buffett, one of the greatest investors of all time, said, “The best investment you can make is in yourself.” I agree. When we invest in ourselves, we acquire the skills, knowledge, and mindset that enables us to add immense value to others and ourselves. One of the best ways to invest in ourselves is to read high quality, informative books that inspire us to live a better life. I’ve read and reread a lot of these types of books recently. Each has […]

10 of the Most Shocking Personal Finance Statistics

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Money impacts essentially every aspect of our life, yet many of us aren’t doing so well with it. Here are 12 of the most shocking financial statistics, and how we can avoid becoming one of them. #1) 72% Of Us Report Being Financially Stressed Each Month  Life’s too short to have to worry about money every month. Rather than stressing and missing out on life, we should implement a financial strategy and system that ensures we win with money. Source: APA #2) 75% Of Us Can Expect To See Our […]

8 of the Best Ways to Spend Your Tax Return

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So we just passed tax day. Have you got your tax return yet? Sweet! What are you going to do with it? Hopefully you’ll spend your return in a way that adds real value to your life or expedites your financial freedom. Here are eight of the best ways to spend your tax return. #1. Build Your Emergency Fund It’s always frustrating when we’re hit with a large, unexpected expense or a job loss. They’re never fun or easy to deal with, but we can make the hassle a lot less […]

The 7 Habits Of Financially Successful People

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One of the biggest differences between those that struggle financially and those that succeed are the financial habits they exhibit. It’s simple. If we develop smart habits, we’ll succeed. If we apply poor habits, we’ll struggle. Here’s the good news: those that are financially successful share 7 habits that each of us can apply. As we consistently implement the 7 shared habits, they’ll become part of our nature and turn into our habits as well. And when they do, we’ll become much better with money and well on our way […]

The 10 Biggest Financial Lies We Tell Ourselves

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In one way or another, nearly all of us lie to ourselves when it comes to our finances. These lies prevent us from taking action and getting the most out of our money. Here are the 10 biggest financial lies we tell ourselves and how they rob from our financial future. Once we understand these lies, we won’t fool ourselves any longer. We’ll act differently with our money. We’ll make the most out of our hard-earned cash!  #1. I Will Never Be Financially Free Most of us don’t believe that […]

The 10 Myths That Prevent People From Using A Budget

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Budgeting gets a bad rap, so most people don’t give it a chance. It’s unfortunate since creating a cash flow plan is one of the best ways we can improve our monthly net income. There are essentially 10 budget myths that create mental roadblocks and keep us from creating and using a plan. Let’s debunk each of the myths below, so we can develop a successful strategy and become masters of our money.  Myth #1: Budgets Are Boring Some people don’t want to use budgets because they think they are […]