Before the year runs out, I wanted to give you a year end financial checklist. I want you to start the new year with the right foot with your finances.
I don’t want you to get discouraged if you are not doing as well as you wanted. You still have half of 2013 in front of you. You can still redeem the time and make 2013 the best year for your finances. It’s time to review, reflect, and reset the plan for your money.
I believe we all could use the help from the “A-Team” with the management of our finances. Here is why you and I need these 4 commandos on our side to rescue our finances:
Teaching and coaching involve sharing knowledge on how to do certain things. In the case of personal finances we can focus on how to do a budget or how to get out of debt. But it is also important to share what not to do with your money. So today’s coaching post is devoted to what products to avoid in your financial plan. Here are 5 Financial Products That I Avoid:
As I have been monitoring the progress of both the Texas Rangers and the Houston Astros, I started to think that as the teams work on the fundamentals of the game, there are fundamental lessons from baseball’s Spring Training that we can apply to our finances. Let me share these fundamental lessons of the financial game with you: