Perhaps the most important thing you can do to protect your finances is to save an emergency fund. Having an emergency fund can be the difference between a blip on the radar and a complete financial meltdown. Protect yourself, start saving money for an emergency fund
Being an entrepreneur is all about following your dreams, being independent, and calling your own shots. Got a great idea? That’s fantastic. Now, how are you going to pay to do it, and then keep the lights on long-term? Here are some financial tips to help you start or grow your small business
You work hard (and hopefully smart) for your money. You don’t want to flush it down the drain with bad financial planning. So here are 5 expensive money mistakes and how to avoid them
Many of us make foolish financial decisions, probably because we were never taught about finance. Here are 3 avoidable financial mistakes that can save you big time.
Being broke sucks. It’s even worse when you’re always broke. So, here are three things you should do when you realize that you’re always broke
Looking for some additional income? You’re not alone. According to CareerBuilder, 78% of full-time workers in America live paycheck to paycheck. So, if you’re looking to take your first step towards financial freedom, here are 5 side hustles anyone can do to earn some additional income
Increase your profits and grow a bigger audience by understanding the buyer’s journey. Take 5 minutes to understand what 70% of brands are missing
At 20 years old, I was severely underweight and addicted to Ritalin. Everyone said I was pretty and my grades sky rocketed, so the last thing I did was vilify the drug that brought me attention from boys and accolades from my Economics professors and parents.
You don’t need to be a rocket scientist to be an entrepreneur. What you do need to do is think different than the majority of people. That’s what Gary Dahl did, Gary Dahl sold rocks. But not just any rocks, he sold “pet rocks” and it made him very, very rich
Like with any large task, it’s much easier to actually achieve financial responsibility if you break it down into smaller, more specific tasks. I’ve had a lot of success myself following a financial calendar, which gives me two goals per month to complete. By the end of the year, you’ll be well on your way to stability