Getting Started on Your Financial Freedom Journey
Getting started can be a difficult and frustrating process. It can involve changing lifestyles, life long habits, changing your mindset and way of thinking and looking at the world. The important thing to remember is it’s a process. If you make a mistake, learn from it and keep going. We are here to help you stay strong in building new, healthy financial habits and keep you focused on your new mindset and short-term and long-term goals.
Helpful Articles to Get You in the Mindset for Financial Freedom
Buying a New Car: Is the Car Note Really Worth It? Anyone would love buying a new car. It’s fresh. It’s different. It’s well… something new. But while everyone loves new things, is buying a new car really worth it? What growth potential does that new car cost you? Let’s find out. So, let’s say […]
Financial Stability: The Illusion Versus Reality When it comes to society, financial stability is judged by what we see. We see friends and co-workers with all the latest gadgets and assume, “Wow, they must be doing well. They have so many nice things.” However, this can be misleading. Many of these same people are in […]
Common Misconception of Wealth Wealth is commonly thought to be the solution to any problem that could arise. The answer to all problems is more money but the problem is, more money does not mean less problems. The problem is the other way around. When you have more money, you tend to spend more money. […]
Breaking Your Budget Splurge Spending Have you ever heard the statement “I went to Walmart to purchase a bottle of shampoo and 300 dollars later, we left”? This happens to us all the time. You walk into Walmart with a list (well, some of us do) and you are on a mission to get in […]
In order to be strong with your finances, you must build the strength. Best way to do this is work out your finical muscles on a daily base. In the world today, we see people who make commitments and start out on news years saying they are going to head to the gym every day. […]
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Why is budgeting important? Will it really help me? How do I make and follow a budget correctly?
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