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Budgeting Basics

In this episode I talk about budgeting basics and what the most effective type of budget there is. I also touch on the need for both you and your partner to agree on the budget. 46 more words

Debt Elimination

A third of Americans who have a savings plan have less than $1000 in it

Let me start with the facts from Breitbart News, and then I’ll comment on the part in bold.


Study after study shows that Americans are not saving for retirement like they should, and a new survey finds that nearly one third of people who have some sort of savings plan have amassed less than $1,000 for retirement.

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5 Reasons to See a Financial Planner

When you hear the words “Financial Planner,” I think it is evenly split that some people have positive thoughts while others have negative thoughts.

You hear that all financial planners do is take fees or some people are scared that they are embezzlers.  319 more words

Abich Financial

Money habits: Stay connected with an expert

April is Financial Literacy Month

Day 24, schedule an appointment with an advisor. When was the last time you met with your financial advisor or financial coach? 312 more words

Bahiyah Shabazz

A Financial Dream Team for Those with Low Incomes

I often like to read other personal finance blogs and today I came across an interesting online article about building your financial dream team.  It suggested that individuals should have accountants, lawyers, certified financial planners, etc. 773 more words

Financial Planning

Wealth Management Edmonton: Exploring the Possibilities

Catering to high net worth individuals and families, ETF Capital Management  focuses on wealth management in Edmonton.  Most financial management houses are located in big cities, where high net worth individuals are often located.  10 more words


Thoughts on Why to Invest

Investing has become increasingly important over the years, as the future of social security benefits becomes unknown.

People want to insure their futures, and they know that if they are depending on Social Security benefits, and in some cases retirement plans, that they may be in for a rude awakening when they no longer have the ability to earn a steady income. 290 more words