Sometimes, you blow the budget. But what comes next? Do you give up? Here are some things to consider when things don't go as planned.
After the societal shutdown in 2020, the global economy experienced a sharp recession that slashed tax revenues. Included in these taxes is, of course, the Social Security payroll tax. As a result of this decrease, this means Social Security benefits are in more trouble than we thought just a couple of years ago. For several … Continue reading Social Security Benefits Are In More Trouble Than We Thought
Many people these days (perhaps a majority) have few financial skills. You may be one of those people. Most likely, the schools you attended emphasized the importance of getting an income instead of the ways to build wealth and manage your money. By now, you are probably discovering how difficult it is to function in … Continue reading Five Financial Skills to Fuel Your Life
Our contemporary culture likes to ask what causes poverty. But this question is based on a false premise. Ask this question instead.
For new college graduates, it can be an exciting time. But when entering the world of adulthood, making these mistakes can be very costly.
Impulse buying is one of the biggest obstacles to achieving our financial dreams. Before making that purchase, ask yourself these questions.
Financial abuse involves a lack of power where there ought to be. Here are some common examples of what financial abuse looks like.
Small businesses and entrepreneurs require efficient methods and practices to operate successfully. There are enough tasks to contend with during the average day, like chasing invoices, wrestling payroll and wrangling tax forms should not be part of that routine. A credible, professional accounting firm saves business owners a lot of unnecessary stress and offers a … Continue reading How Accounting Services Are Critical for Small Business
Filing for bankruptcy is a heavy decision to make. Consider these aspects of the process and whether an alternative solution may be better.
I've often come across high-income earners who feel guilty about their great salary. Here's why I say they have nothing to be ashamed of.