Handling money. Getting out of debt. Credit cards. Buying a house.
We learn all about it in school, right? Not so much.
Personal finance is a topic often forgotten in our school systems.
Why is that? Government conspiracy, perhaps? Not enough time in the day?
Honestly, it doesn’t matter and you can’t change what you weren’t taught, but you are fully capable of changing what you teach yourself and who you listen to.
That’s what this is about…who you listen to…
This is a list of 18 one-sentence tips that will drastically improve your finances. These are quick tips, but they will surely make a huge improvement if you take them to heart.
Remember, just because you have heard some of these before, doesn’t mean you actually absorbed it. Read the list slowly and see if you can implement some of these, especially things that you may have “already heard”.
Hearing alone doesn’t help. It’s about acting and implementation.
Without further ado and in no particular order, here are a total of 18 One-Sentence Tips for your finances…
This is a great infographic that explains the things that are stealing your time and your productivity.
Here are some of the things that could be killing your productivity:
- Your email
- Your desk
- Other people
- Impossible to-do lists
What can you do to fix it? Read on…
Do you remember the things “you used” to be able to do?
What about the things you “used to” have?
This applies to your finances, but it also applies to almost every other area of your life.
So let’s get to the point.
Stop talking about the past and start living in today. How often do we hear things like this…
Do you want to be more productive?
Do you want to make the most out of the time you are given everyday?
I know I do. I am always looking for ways to become more productive.
What about productivity in your finances?
It’s productivity week here at MoneyMiniBlog and I was fortunate enough to be able to interview the Productive Superdad himself: Timo Kiander.
Let’s see what he can teach us. Here is the interview…
It’s tax refund time again!
You have been waiting for it, now you have it, and you want to use it to get closer to your goals instead of blowing it. How responsible of you!
If you don’t plan how you will spend it, then it will just slowly disappear in your account, right? Well, if you have a budget, that shouldn’t happen, but you definitely need a plan for that money.
Before you get to the 33 ideas, here is another perspective…
A DRIP (Dividend Reinvestment Plan) is great for the small investor.
If you personally want to invest, but feel like you don’t have enough money, a DRIP is a great starting place for you.
You don’t need very much money to get started and you don’t have to keep pouring large amounts of money in.
This following article is a guest post by Michael Vincent. You can read more about him at the end of this article.
Most people, if asked about their financial goals, would instantly say they want to be rich, or to have the financial freedom of being able to buy or pay for anything their heart desires. Saving money is rarely ever on the top of anyone’s list.
Investor Warren Buffett himself strongly believes in the value of saving, despite having billions of dollars to his name. You might want to pick up a pointer or two from one of the world’s richest men…