Nowadays, there are so many amazing successful women to aspire to. Yes, success can come in many forms and from many walks of life. Some successful women have charisma, some are unapologetically fearless, and others extremely passionate about what they do. So, what’s the one thing that successful women have in common? Financial habits that keep them on track. Why? Because successful women know the importance of money management and having control of their finances, and not the other way around. Keep reading to learn the 10 habits of financially savvy and successful women. Continue Reading
Tax season is upon us! Normally this time of year there are two types of reactions: excitement or dread. Everyone’s tax situation is different. Some folks love tax season more than they love Christmas, while others say a silent prayer and just hope to make it through this period with no major casualties. Whatever side of the spectrum you’re on, be sure to avoid these ten mistakes when filing your taxes this year.
In a society where many people think that cash is king, having good credit is just as, if not more, important. Having good credit is equally as important as having good money management skills. No bullshit, your credit score is one of the most important numbers in your life. If you’re someone that wants to know how you can improve your credit score, easily and quickly, keep reading.
Saving money is one of those things that we all want to do a little more of. At times, it may seem like it is easier said than done. But, if you’re serious about improving your finances and end the vicious cycle of living paycheck-to-paycheck, you have to find ways to save more money. Whatever your end goal is, it’ll make things much easier if find ways to cut costs each month. If you’re a little stuck on what you can do, don’t worry! Keep reading for 50 ways to save money everyday.
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Finances, money, coins, mula …whatever you want to call it, it’s kind of a big deal. If you’ve been reading my blog for a while then you know that I’ve been pretty upfront about my struggle with making good financial choices in the past, and my decision to begin my debt free journey. Before I finally did that, though, I did a TON of research. Maybe it’s the planner in me, but before I try something new, I like to do a little digging first, you know, to prepare. In doing so, I stumbled upon some great personal finance blogs by women of color. I wanted to share that list with you. So, keep reading to see my favorite female personal finance bloggers to follow.