How to Give Unsolicited Money Advice

Unsolicited Money Advice, money talk
We all have that one friend or relative. They spend recklessly, don’t save anything yet complain none stop about being broke. They chalk up their financial situation to not making enough money, moan about needing a pay raise and totally give up on saving until they get one. A stark contrast to you. You’ve finally gotten your financial house in order by budgeting and cutting out excess luxuries....

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5 Reasons that Saving money Isn’t as Hard as you Think

Saving money, budgeting, budget, financial situation, financial peace, save money
With the financial crisis still looming and Government spending cuts being announced left, right and centre, it’s no wonder that a lot of us are struggling to make ends meet. Our paychecks don’t stretch quite as far as they once did, and we wistfully remember the days when we could press ‘check balance’ without the ominous feeling of dread! And speaking of checks, take a look at the cool bank...

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Using Planwise to create a money plan

planwise, money app, financial app, create a money plan, money plan
Have you heard of Planwise yet?  They’re an up and coming San Francisco based technology company that has created a pretty slick web app to help consumers plan out their finances.  The basic idea is that you give the app your financial stats – income, expenses, debts and so on – and then add “Plans” on top off your baseline.  Plans could be things like taking out a...

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Updates: Apr 24-30

This week, Brian and I launched our website, officially!  No more WordPress hanging over my head – I have complete power, muahahahaha… ahem.  I’m sorry for the lost comments and subscribers – I had a hard time importing the site and resorted to good old copy and paste.  I still have to go back and try to import it properly as well as pull over some posts that seemed to have...

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