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These books captured my attention with their promises of realism, simplicity, or direct approach to the subject of money management. Additionally, they deliver practical ideas for Joe or Jane Public while also prompting readers to reconsider the money beliefs and behaviors of others as well as their own.
This year I plan on reading with a purpose and am adamant on finishing the year with at least 12 books read. I’m looking for quality money management and inspirational books.
Most tips and suggestions for better personal financial management fail because more than half of American adults share financial responsibilities with another adult. If you are married, you already know that money management is not a personal but a household thing.
What’s your definition of financial success? I believe that financial success is the extent to which we achieve our financial goals. Let me explain why.
Let’s examine three positive money management characteristics St. Nick role models for us. It’s pretty obvious to me that Santa is a giver, a saver and a list-maker.
I really don't like paying bills. It's not that I struggle with having the money to pay them, it's more that I simply have a poor physical reaction to forking out my hard earned money. I've been this way for as long as I can remember.
Getting a late start on retirement savings can be challenging but it isn’t impossible. Don’t get defeated, instead find motivation in setting manageable goals!
In hindsight, the 52 Week Savings Challenge feels a bit off the mark. While true, something is better than nothing, if half of Americans have no savings, they'll likely need to cover more ground quicker but more even keel.