Make Saving Easy and Spending Hard simple money man

Make Saving Easy And Spending Hard

Reading Time: 6 minutes  This post is also featured on Gen Y Finance Guy.   A part of me has this weird conspiracy theory that we spend so much because we are subliminally trained to do so. This is evident with incentives like rebates, points, rewards, free “trials”,…

Top 4 Financial Milestones to Consider Reaching Before You Retire simple money man

Top 4 Financial Milestones to Consider Reaching Before You Retire

Reading Time: 4 minutes  Top 4 Financial Milestones to Consider Reaching Before You Retire   Today I have the honor of featuring a guest post from a terrific writer. James Paul is a financial educator and blogs about money management, personal finance, college financing and retirement. His personal…

Why I Prefer In Store VS Online Shopping simple money man

Why I Prefer In Store VS. Online Shopping

Reading Time: 4 minutes    With the advancement of online shopping, there is no doubt many conveniences. For people that are super-busy not just with work, but after-work and weekend activities like helping kids with homework, recreational sports, side jobs, house chores, social commitments, etc., this is especially…

Slow and Steady to Financial Freedom

Reading Time: 5 minutes    Most of you all have probably heard of the classic fable of The Tortoise and the Hare. I learned about it in elementary school. Needless to say, it’s a fable that can be applied to us adults as well.  And especially in the area…

Be Your Own Auditor Simple money man

Be Your Own Auditor

Reading Time: 5 minutesIt’s true that computers, fingerprint login on apps, and extra security services provided by banks and financial institutions have made auditing and tracking our financial transactions easier.  But this shouldn’t make us lazy and think that everything is safe and secure. If anything it should…

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How to Deal With Financial Regrets

Reading Time: 4 minutes  Financial regrets happen to the best of us. But what we learn from them and how we proceed to move forward are what determines whether or not we will continue to make the same mistakes. But heck sometimes we end up making the same…