9 Brilliant Financial Management Tips for Business Owners

Business Financial Management “Dammit, Jim! I’m a doctor, not an accountant!” is a retooling of Dr. Leonard McCoy’s famed Star Trek catchphrase, and it could be quipped by virtually any small business owner. Whether you’re a designer with a boutique, a chef with a restaurant, a doctor with a clinic or any other type of…

Jess Harris 31 Oct

5 Tips To Stop Living Paycheck to Paycheck You Can Start Today

Do you never seem to have enough money to live your life the way you want to? Are you struggling to pay your bills? Are you living paycheck to paycheck? If you answered yes to any of these, you’re not alone. According to a recent article by CNN, 76% of Americans are living paycheck to…

Alex Botnariu 09 Sep

How to Leverage Your Money to Create the Life You Want

Leveraging Your Money Do you have a vision for your life? Do you know what you want to be doing in the next 5 years?  Are you financially prepared to make that vision a reality?  Have you actively been taking steps to create the future you envision?  If not, why? If the answer to any…

Becky Wolfe 17 Aug

5 Critical Budgeting Mistakes You Need To Avoid At All Cost

So you’ve decided to finally get serious about taking the steps towards achieving financial freedom? Congrats! Today I want to talk about some common budgeting mistakes, and, more importantly, show you how to fix them. The first part, as you’re probably aware, is budgeting like a pro. A typical budget includes a list of your income, expenses, and…

Tia Chambers 08 Aug

Start Managing Your Money Like an Adult [5 Practical Tips]

I am going to tell you exactly how to start managing your money in only 5 simple steps. But first. Today I was having one of “those mornings”; perhaps some of you can relate. I found myself in a mad scramble to locate a pair of socks that would match my pants, shirt, and tie. After…

David Cahill 06 Aug

Refund Amount: How To Get The Largest Tax Return Possible

How To Get The Largest Tax Return Possible Most people do not think about their taxes until April. But not you. Because you want to minimize your taxes and increase your refund amount. Mid-year is a good time to reflect on how you are doing so far this year in terms of taxes, and adjust…

Jeff Proctor 03 Aug

Best High Yield Savings Account with a High Interest Rate for 2018

Having an emergency fund in a high yield savings account is a major key to solid financial health. Without one, when disaster strikes, you’re forced to rely on credit cards, family, or even dip into your retirement funds to cover expenses. I read a really scary statistic the other day about how close some Americans…

Jeff Proctor 25 Jul

How to Open a Traditional IRA in Under 10 Minutes and Start Investing

So, you finally decided that you want to make more money and start saving for retirement in 2018 and you’re wondering how to open a traditional IRA? Awesome! Go you. There’s no better time than now to start thinking ahead and mapping out your financial future. And once you begin to harness the power of having…

Jeff Proctor 30 Jun

Private Mortgage Notes: A Lucrative Diversification Tool

As you start your investment journey, there’s one thing you’re going to hear over and over again: “Diversify!” The concept is absolutely true, you don’t want to put all your financial eggs in the same basket. But diversification is more than just selecting different stocks – sometimes it means finding financial products that are out of the…

Catherine Byerly 14 Jun

8 Ways to Organize Your Finances If You Work from Home

There are some things in life that you don’t want to mix. Like your personal and business finances. For a lot of entrepreneurs in the early days of building their business, it’s almost inevitable that mixing the two will happen at some point. That’s just life. As such, I’ve compiled a list of 8 work from…

Phil Bradford 08 Jun