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4 Ways to Be Financially Proactive Instead of Reactive


Generally speaking, being proactive instead of reactive is what sets extremely successful people apart from those who tend to be less successful in life. The same can be said for having proactive or reactive financial habits. I’ve been guilty of being reactive instead of proactive at different times in my life, but I’ve recently realized that being reactive has hurt ... Read More »

4 Ways to Stop Out of Control Spending


There are two sides to any budget – the revenues and the expenses. When you are talking about your own personal household budget, the revenues are what you bring in on a monthly or yearly basis. Expenses, obviously, are things like rent or mortgage payments, food, gas, insurance and on and on. Only when you can balance out your revenues and ... Read More »