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Tag Archives: Goal Setting
May 22 2019
At one point or another we’ve all made the statement, “I don’t have enough time to exercise.” Busy schedules with work and home life make it difficult to find enough time for a good workout. But it can be done! …
May 16 2019
You’ve made it through the interview process, waited (somewhat) patiently, and landed a great job or internship. How can you make sure to do well today and every day to come? Whether you are 20 years old or 42, these …
With emerging technologies, managing your bank accounts can be convenient and done from your mobile device. Below are 6 tips for managing your money from practically anywhere.
Once basic account needs are met with a basic checking and/or savings account, you may decide that adding a more robust account to your portfolio would better suit your financial needs. Money Market accounts (MMAs) and Certificate of Deposits (CDs) …
Checking and Savings accounts are two basic accounts offered by financial institutions. They serve the same overall purpose—to house your money—but have a few key differences.
As I wrap-up my 4-part series on Healthy Money Habits, I want to revisit the eight financial health habits I highlighted throughout the entire series.
Now that you are financially fit, maintain your finances with these tips.
Becoming and then staying insured as well as beginning a Retirement account are two large steps that will help to get you closer to your goal of overall financial fitness.
Learning to avoid credit card debt and saying ‘no’ to yourself and unnecessary wants will keep you on the road to overall financial health.
Financial health is defined as describing one’s personal financial situation. There are many different pieces included in the overall picture of one’s financial health. Some of these pieces include the amount of savings you have, how much of your income …