Insights from Christine
Creating a spending plan and sticking to it is essential to operating well with your personal finances. A spending plan provides clarity on your income versus your liabilities.
It is extremely important to guard, to protect your confidential and personal data, from identity thieves. While common sense practices can be used; there is no way to prevent criminals from infiltrating your personal data. However, there are common sense preventive measures that you can take; read more.
A local woman, Carol, an expert at couponing shares her knowledge that is life changing for those around her. Carol has taught all eight of her siblings, church family and neighbors how to save by couponing. Read more on her strategy and ways you can save.
Creating a Living Will, Health Care Power of Attorney and Your Last Will in testament are your responsibility. End the procrastination and move into action that will benefit your family, after you are gone.
Stretch your dollar; try off-season shopping. When is it a good time to find deals? Traditionally off-season shopping is the best time to purchase the items that you wear the most and purchase some of the items that you want, at a huge discount.
Labor Day is a government (DOL 2016) holiday that acknowledges the contributions that workers have made to strength, prosperity and well-being of our country.
Honesty, Unity and Trust are fading with most couples in the are of personal finances. Avoid divorce. Rid your relationship of division, deception, distrust and disrespect. Work towards your financial wellness as a couple.
There is a difference between wealth and money. Your view could be the legacy that you leave your children, grandchildren and others that you influence. What’s your view?
Overcoming financial instability requires you to define the state of your current financial situation. Take the financial assessment to determine where you stand.