Big Thing Budgeting in 7 Ways

How to Budget for the big things, use what I call Big Thing Budgeting. USE BIG THING BUDGETING TO GET OUT OF A MOUNTAIN DEBT: CREDIT CARDS, MEDICAL BILLS, PREDATORY LENDING For Individuals, Couples and Small Businesses, you can get out of a mountain of debt if you focus like a laser beam on getting […]

7 Tips for a Budgeting Basic Bounce

Budgeting basic may be defined as follows. Ever heard the expression, “I don’t know where my money goes” another is, I don’t have the things I need and can’t afford any of the things I want”. If this is a problem you have, you may want to look at your budgeting basic skills, and read […]

7 Steps of Budget Planning to Avoid Financial Disasters

Financial Disasters Start With The Big Stuff To Avoid Financial Disasters Buying too big with the big stuff such as cars and homes is one of the biggest reasons many cannot withstand a small business or personal financial disaster. Many of us forget that there are affordable ways to buy homes and cars to avoid […]

7 Small Business Ideas That May Mean Your Ready For Business

Your Small Business Ideas Many dreamers, dream of having their own business some day. But, for most a small business ideas are not a part of their mindset. The business knowledge, the long hours, the hard work — it it becomes apparent that this is not want they want, until after they start. We hear […]

Money Before Marriage-Until Credit Do Us Part, Part 2

Money before Marriage  Money before marriage is an essential conversation everyone should have prior to marriage, when you, considering the divorce statistics associated with money before marriage.  Financial surprises after marriage run the gamut from, “I assumed he owned his home”,  and, “I did not know he was deep in debt to his x-wife”.  These are just […]

10 Signs You Have Learned to Budget Your Money

You Have Learned to Budget Your Money 1. You budget your money fiercely, whether it be monthly income, lump sum winnings, or inheritance. For those who have a low level of financial experience, getting a windfall is more of a curse than a blessing. Ask some of the lottery winners, who recently hit the jackpot […]

Five Career Transition Financial Tips and Budget Planning

Career Transition Financial Tips and Budget Planning Budget Planning, Career, and Finances are at the top of everyone’s minds these days. You can’t listen to the news or read the newspaper without hearing some mention of the economy. Those who are in a career transition—or soon to be—may already be stressed out by financial issues. A […]