As 2015 draws to a close, I thought it might be helpful to reflect back on this past year and take a quick look at how far we’ve come.
Whether you’re trying to get out of debt, saving for college and retirement, or almost ready to call it quits at the office, I’m sure you’ll find some useful tips in the posts below!
Around this time every year, millions of people make resolutions and set goals for the upcoming year.
And most of us fail miserably when it comes to keeping them.
Make 2016 different and check out this blog post to learn a quick, easy way to set worthwhile New Year’s Resolutions that you might actually keep this coming year!
When most people think about cutting expenses from their budget, it’s not exactly a joy-filled occasion.
Spending less doesn’t have to be as painful as it sounds though!
Click here to learn more about a little-known principle that will help you cut your expenses without sacrificing your lifestyle.
If your financial life feels cluttered, stressful, and out of control, then this is the blog post for you.
Learn how to save time and cut the clutter in 3 easy steps with the third “how to” post on this list.
If you’ve read this blog for any length of time, you know that true and lasting financial freedom has little to do with your money.
Check out this timeless blog post to learn the “secret” to true financial freedom.
To be honest, it’s really not that much of a “secret” anymore…or at least it shouldn’t be!
Not surprisingly, the MOST popular post on the blog this year was one about how to find a good financial advisor.
Check out this post to learn 12 crucial questions to ask any prospective (or current) financial advisor to make sure you’re well taken care of when seeking advice from the pros.
And don’t forget to scroll to the bottom of the post for a free tool you can use when trying to hire a financial advisor!
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