Insights from Christine
Money that leaks from your spending plan can be so subtle that you won’t notice that the money is disappearing until your bottom line is in the red. Plug the leaks and you will be able to maintain a positive cash flow.
Most people are meticulous with spring cleaning their homes. It is important to be just as meticulous with your finances. Look at some areas of importance. Avoid waiting until mid-year or the fourth quarter of the year to make adjustments.
Easter Sunday is a holiday that Christians celebrate which represents the resurrection of Jesus Christ.
Make your finances a part of your self-care routine. Good money management is a life-long necessity. Do you have a weekly, monthly, quarterly or daily routine for your money practices? Did you know that scheduling time for your money could save you money, time and relieve you of undue stress?
Happy Valentines Day! May your day be filled with an enormous amount of love.
Digging deeper in debt makes it more difficult to get out. So, when you decide to break the cycle of debt increase, simply cease charging unless you are paying off your credit card balances monthly.
What a blessing to enter another year. 2020 was a year that we will remember for many different reasons. My prayers are with you. So many people experienced sicknesses, lost their lives, loved ones, jobs, homes, and even hope. However, I can report that many wealth builders, are surviving and sill thriving in this pandemic.
Do not be distracted by the holidays. December 31 is upon us; the clock is ticking, and if you are going to take advantage of last-minute opportunities to reduce your 2020 tax bill, you need to do it now!
Christmas is a season of giving. Remember to give of your time talent or treasure this holiday season. Merry Christmas from our team at Live My Life Debt Free.