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How to Create the Budget of the Wealthy – Creating a Cash Flow Plan
Another example of how to organize your personal finances using the concepts from Rich Dad Poor Dad.
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How about those 2014 personal finance goals
So…we’re 1 month into 2014. How are those financial goals of yours holding up? Still on track? Still keeping track? Unlike the excitement of drafting new goals, achieving your financial goals isn’t flashy or fun. When you’re do it right, … Continue reading
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Why Your Home Is A Bad Investment
Managing Your Personal Finances Using Cashflow Diagrams
For more a more detailed description of each cashflow diagram, check out my page on organizing personal finances (http://www.invest-safely.com/organizing-personal-finances.html). If you’re looking for tips on improving your financial health, my page on personal budgeting is a great place to start … Continue reading
Are You Paid for Being Productive?
Are you paid for being productive? With all the focus on “productivity” these days, one would think that being more productive would be recognized by employers and rewarded. The answer – not so much… Hat Tip to B. Ritholtz Click … Continue reading
Banks Charge for Deposits
It was only a matter of time, but we are starting to see actual NEGATIVE interest rates on bank account balances. On August 6th, the Bank of New York Mellon Corporation (BK) announced a new annual fee will be charged on … Continue reading
Why Health Care Is Not Affordable
Ever wonder why health care is not affordable? With so much conflicting data and information floating around, it is hard to put it all into perspective. Enter the infographic; a great way to visualize complex topics. At first glance, health … Continue reading