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I’m “too new” to be broke- meaning I want shift my family to be, know how to create, build and maintain generational wealth. No, not just for myself but for my family. A new way, of managing money— it not a new way who’s family’s that have generational wealth, understanding what’s that means and practices it. I … More “Too New” to be broke
Most of us are quick to point out who’s fake by personality, hang bags, jewelry and shoes. Who’s not keeping it 100 but we ignore this when it comes to money. Big houses, fancy cars, flashy jewelry would SEEM someone has it all but many times one’s financial stability is phoney. Living on borrowed credit … More Being Fake seems popular
wealth·y ADJECTIVE: having a great deal of money, resources, or assets; rich Where does it say, cars, jewelry, clothes/shoes, big homes…..or a dollar amount. Cars- liability- and losing valve the second you drive it and every mile after – no valve Jewelry- asset IF insured- if not liability – no valve Big homes- Asset- IF owned … More Wealthy, focus on the right words.
I know saving can seem impossible and too much to consider when you’re broke, but not when you break it down to the root of your low (or negative) cash flow. Take your last bank/credit card statement or if you only deal with cash, pile up all your receipts. Tally up and categories your expenses. … More BROKE?, start counting…
You probably heard the saying, “insanity, doing the same thing over and over again and expecting different results.”If you continue to spend your money without budgeting and saving it but expect that being broke will just magically resolved itself. Well that’s just……. Take the time and read some of my blog pages for becoming financial … More Definition of insanity apply to being broke
HAPPY NEW YEAR, 2017! Make plans to move your world by becoming financial stable!!! Money in the bank, stopping the cycle of being broke and live!
http://www.businessinsider.com/a-financial-planner-shares-her-personal-system-for-managing-money-2015-10?utm_content=bufferd0759&utm_medium=social&utm_source=facebook.com&utm_campaign=buffer I agree with this article, I have 6 different accounts. 3 checking, 3 savings to track my expenses, save money and stay on budget. 1st checking account pays for bills and saving account for emergency funds. 2nd checking account for holidays, birthdays and other events and 2nd savings for vacations. 3rd checking/savings account for … More Using different checking/savings accounts to manage your money
This Grid Shows You How Long It Will Take to Retire, Based on Your Spending http://flip.it/wQHV-N On the grid: X represent your income, Y represent your spending dollars and where X and Y intersect is how many years it will take you to retire. Something to think about…..how long do you want to work?