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Spending $0: Day 1

This is a brief reflection upon the first day that I spent spending $0. Hopefully, the first day will, in fact, be the hardest. Once I woke up on Sunday morning I wanted to go out and buy a coffee and some breakfast- but wait, I can’t spend any money. 124 more words

Minimalism Challenge: Surviving on Spending $0

After a few shopping trip to the thrift store and having burned my money on Starbucks breakfast sandwiches,  I have seen the damage that is done when I spend money on things I don’t really need.   548 more words

Finances Matter: Start An Emergency Fund

I was chatting with a friend about being prepared for emergencies, and she said “Why not just go stay in a hotel?”

The thought had occurred to me as an option, but it depends on the disaster, doesn’t it?   2,135 more words

Emergency Plan

Scrimp or Spend? The things I will drop the dosh on, and the things I won’t.

Who has never suffered from buyer’s remorse?

Anyone?

Exactly.

Everyone at some point has regretted a purchase, or perhaps regretted how much they spent on a purchase. 1,172 more words

Life

Financial Management Duties of Non Profit Board Members

By: Bennett Napier, CAE

During my career in association management, I have been privy to a number of cases of financial mismanagement; embezzlement and other less than stellar financial practices in 501(c)(3)(4)and (6) organizations. 529 more words

Business Practices

2017 January – March Financial Report

Good Evening Everyone,

We are posting the January 2017 through March 2017 Financial Report with a spotlight on the March Balance Sheet. Our total assets as of March 31, 2017, are $41,665.12. 40 more words

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$XLF: Financials Need a Rally

Financials were one of the sectors that benefitted the most from the post Trump election rally. After all the promises of tax cuts, infrastructure spending, a growing economy with yields rising, and coming deregulation all made for a powerful story. 241 more words

Sven Henrich