Throughout the day, we are presented with many opportunities to spend our money. Whether it is the promotion at the grocery store, the supersize requests at fast food restaurants or simply your family and friends enticing you to spend, there will always be something. It is ironic with so many opportunities to spend there are few options to save. So what can you do to stay committed to your saving goals in a world that requests you to spend so much? Make wiser choices You have to commit each and everyday you will make the most of every dime which
Ok, you can see it in your dreams, the money you will make, becoming your own boss and more importantly, creating your future dynasty. Your new business is finally closer to reality… and you can finally tell your boss to kiss your future! But wait, hold up! Are you really financially ready to venture out on your own? Starting your own business requires a financial commitment. It also requires an additional commitment to get your personal financial house in order. So, before hanging your shingles, consider these tips to ensure a smooth financial transition. #1 Get Your Personal Finances Right
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Now that tax season is winding down, hopefully you have taken advantage of the many tax deductions available and the IRS has allowed you to walk away with a couple of dollars in your pocket. According to the Internal Revenue Service (IRS), the average tax refund is approximately $3,000. Knowing this – many corporations aim advertisements to snatch your tax refund out of your pocket. Whether it’s a tax day sale or car dealers promising to double your tax refund, there are many sticky financial traps – so be cautious as you decide what to do with your tax refund.