December, 2013

Five Steps to Getting Your Finances Back On Track (Part 2)

December 27, 2013

Continuing from Five Steps to Getting Your Finances Back On Track (Part 1)¸ the following discusses the final three steps you can take in order to get your finances back on track after racking up extra debt this holiday season. Step 3: Avoid being sucked in to fraudulent services – When it comes to climbing…
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Five Steps to Getting Your Finances Back On Track (Part 1)

December 26, 2013

With the Christmas holiday over, you may be facing a financial hangover as you start to realize the full extent of how much you spent on this year’s gifts. Although you may want to play ostrich, hide your head and ignore your credit card bills, it’s far smarter to confront your debt head on and…
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Six Budgeting Tips for Your New Year’s Party (Part 3)

December 24, 2013

Concluding the three-part blog Six Budgeting Tips for Your New Year’s Party, here are some final tips to keep in mind if you want to put on a fun New Year’s party without racking up huge credit card bills. Tip #5 – Ask each guest to bring one item: Just because you decide to host…
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Six Budgeting Tips for Your New Year’s Party (Part 2)

December 23, 2013

Picking up from Six Budgeting Tips for Your New Year’s Party (Part 1), the following presents and explains two more smart budgeting tips that can be helpful for those who want to host a New Year’s party without breaking the bank. Tip #3 – Consider hosting a brunch, rather than a dinner: Instead of putting…
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Six Budgeting Tips for Your New Year’s Party (Part 1)

December 22, 2013

The year-end holidays can be fun, exciting occasions to gather your friends and family and celebrate the beginning of a New Year. However, hosting a party can be financially stressful, especially if you have just spent a large amount of money on Christmas gifts. If you are planning on hosting a New Year’s Eve or…
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Six Financial Mistakes to Avoid in 2014 (Part 3)

December 21, 2013

Concluding the three-part blog Six Financial Mistakes to Avoid in 2014, the following outlines some final pitfalls that you should avoid in 2014 in order to improve your overall financial standing. Mistake #5 – Not reviewing your credit report for possible mistakes: At least once a year (but, better yet, once every six months or…
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Six Financial Mistakes to Avoid in 2014 (Part 2)

December 20, 2013

Continuing from Six Financial Mistakes to Avoid in 2014 (Part 1), the following presents some additional tips on what you can do to improve your finances in 2014. Mistake #3 – Opening up too many lines of credit: With the New Year often comes a bunch of new credit offers from department stores, airlines, etc….
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Six Financial Mistakes to Avoid in 2014 (Part 1)

December 19, 2013

With the New Year rapidly approaching, many people may be taking a critical look at their lives and thinking about some of the changes they may want to try to make in 2014. While some people will be focused on getting into better physical shape, others may want to get into better financial shape, particularly…
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