The Super-Charged Guide to Financial Freedom

Jeff Nickles, a contributor here at Life Your Way and the blogger behind My Super-Charged Life, just released his brand new ebook, The Super-Charged Guide to Financial Freedom. I had the opportunity to preview this ebook a couple of weeks ago, and it's a great little handbook! Whether you're in debt and trying to climb…

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5 Reasons to Keep Your Budget Advice to Yourself

The following post is from Linsey of Wise Bread.com, Lille Punkin' and The Freelance Farmer: With the exception of a regular sit-down with your spouse, the annual goal meeting with your tax guy, or a consultation with a “real” personal finance expert, your budget should be something personal and kept close to the vest. Why? …

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Daily Worth: Free Daily Money Tips for Women

If you're looking to improve your budgeting skills and learn more about financial topics in general, the Daily Worth is a free daily newsletter containing tips about budgeting, earning, saving, investing and spending each and every week. Sign up to start receiving the Daily Worth right to your inbox! What financial topics would you like…

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3 Reasons You “Deserve” To Not Spend More

The following post is from Linsey of Wise Bread.com, Lille Punkin' and The Freelance Farmer: I've heard it so many times: A friend (or even myself, in some instances), stops off to make an impulse purchase with the justification that they “deserve it.” Whether it's a new pair of pricey pumps or just an extra…

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Saving for Infrequent Expenses and Financial Goals

Earlier this week, we talked about your best financial tips, tools for budgeting and the pros and cons of different investment options. Today, I want to take a look at some additional financial tools that may help you stick to your budget and save for financial goals. Creating Sinking Funds or Bucket Accounts Some people…

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Choosing Tools to Help You Create a Budget

Before I get started sharing the pros and cons of various budgeting programs, I wanted to point you to the comments on Monday's question of the day. Many readers have been sharing tips for budgeting, and it's definitely worth the read! In the past, I've used software programs like Quicken for our personal and business…

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Organizing Your Budget with the Envelope System

The following guest post is from Julia at The Frugal Find: This envelope system isn’t new. I'm not the genius who created it – and yes, that person WAS a genius – but I believe this system will transform your financial situation. Envelope Budget 101 My #1 tip is to use cash only and always.…

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