Posts tagged ‘money management’

8 Priceless Pieces of Money Advice for Fresh Graduates

Updated: June 12, 2020 | Personal Finance | 2 Comments

My social media feed was flooded by graduation photos and congratulatory greetings over the weekend, as several colleges and universities held their commencement ceremonies. If you’re one of those fresh graduates, then let me give you a virtual handshake, a pat on the back, and a warm welcome to the first day of the rest […]

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A Two-Year Financial Plan for Beginners

Updated: October 12, 2020 | Personal Finance | 13 Comments

When you reach that point in your life where you realize the need to be in control of your finances, how do you start and make the change? For most people, it’s as simple as spending less and growing their savings. For others, getting out of debt becomes the focus. While for some, this means […]

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Money Strategies for Solo Parents

Updated: September 9, 2020 | Personal Finance | 4 Comments

Last week, a fitness instructor in my gym got into a fatal accident, leaving behind his wife and a baby. Sympathies were shared among the members of the gym, but also, concerns were raised as to how the wife will now be able to move forward financially. It will be a challenge as she joins […]

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This Ice Cream Truck Driver Had a Genius Idea, But You Won’t Believe How His Story Ends

Updated: December 26, 2014 | In Focus, Life Lessons | 2 Comments

In 1983, American television network, CBS created the game show, Press Your Luck. The game starts with contestants answering trivia questions to collect “spins”. Later on, they’ll use those spins on a game board to win cash and prizes. This “Luck Board” features 18 spaces that gets randomly highlighted during the game process. Contestants press […]

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Managing Money Becomes Easier When Using Personal Finance Tools

Updated: March 9, 2013 | Guest Posts | 3 Comments

When I featured Thomas Suarez last week, I told everyone that I became inspired to explore the opportunities in mobile app development. That actually led me to ask, towards the end of the post, for some ideas on what kind of personal finance app would you like to have. One suggested a tax calculator, while […]

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