What should you do financially to get through the coronavirus COVID-19 pandemic? Regardless of the current or coming health effects of COVID-19 on you or your family, the pandemic has affected and will continue to affect household finances for months and possibly a year or more. Having a plan, prioritizing spending, and using resources efficiently will be key to your financial stability.Read More
When national emergencies strike, whether in the form of unforeseen natural disasters or approaching pandemics, preparation is critical for weathering the storm, so to speak, and emerging on the other side in the best possible financial position. What should be on a Personal Finance Checklist for National Emergencies? A personal finance checklist ahead of and during national emergencies should include steps to take that protects your household finances, minimizes the emergency’s negative effects on your money, and provides guidance for you and your loved ones in both best-case and worst-case scenarios.Read More
No matter how hopeless your debt situation may seem, taking the right steps can help you work toward financial freedom, even if it’s still a long way off. Here are 5 financial changes you can make today to help you work toward getting out of debt.Read More
Everything gets a whole lot easier when you have a few key financial rules to keep your budget in check. Instead of hoping that you do not overspend every month, make sure you don’t even by giving yourself goals and guidelines.
These simple rules can give you the foundation you need to make better day-to-day financial decisions and get you one step closer to financial freedom.Read More