In 2003 the U.S. Senate and U.S. House of Representatives recognized April as National Financial Literacy Month. I am passionate about personal finances and fully support the need to continue educating our friends and neighbors about finances. Be sure to check out my Instagram throughout the month as I share 10 tips to help your personal financial growth.Continue Reading
When I first started analyzing my family’s spending habits I was determined to find ways to cut back our spending. There were 5 things that quickly stuck out to me as money wasters that we could do without.
When it comes to budgeting and finances there is a lot of technical jargon that gets thrown around. One of the terms is Income. However, there are two parts to this term: your Net Income and your Gross Income.
A few questions that come to mind are What is the difference? Why do I need to know the difference? etc. I am here to answer those questions for you.
The New Year is quickly approaching. Now is the perfect time to reflect on what you would like to improve in your life. I am always looking for ways to improve my finances so that my family can enjoy more in life (including the fun and sparkly things!). One great way to improve your finances is by creating a budget, sticking to the budget, and adjusting your budget as necessary. Make budgeting your New Year’s resolution this year!