If you make time each month to give your money some attention, you'll start the next year in fabulous financial shape.
Many people are in the dark when it comes to money, and I'm going to turn on the lights.
You must trust yourself more than you trust others. Pay attention to your inner voice - it will tell you if how and in what you are investing is right for you.
Understand and accept the cycles of money. The setbacks you may have today or next year will not keep you from financial freedom. If you hold on to your goals and dreams, you will get there.
Your goal should be to pay off your credit card bills in full at the end of each month and set aside money toward your emergency savings.
Every portfolio benefits from bonds; they provide a cushion when the stock market hits a rough patch. But avoiding stocks completely could mean your investment won't grow any faster than the rate of inflation.
It's easy to underestimate the real cost of home ownership.
The American dream is dead for the majority of America.
When it comes to tackling your financial goals, whatever they might be, there's no time like the present.
Yes, your kids should go to school. No, you shouldn't bankroll their degree whatever the cost. You've spent your life creating a sound financial plan; don't upend it by suspending your retirement savings or taking out a home equity line of credit to pay for a pricey college.
Every time you overhear something hurtful, I want you to do something kind for someone else.
We never had it as rough as the kids have it today. Look at the price of a gallon of gas or a piece of real estate or a college education.
So many financial dreams are thwarted by the failure to act upon good intentions.
To enjoy a long, comfortable retirement, save more today.
Anything that gets people to think harder about their financial security and take some responsibility is a good thing.
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