Guide to help millennials handle their finances efficiently.

About the author: Lyle Solomon has considerable litigation experience as well as substantial hands-on knowledge and expertise in legal analysis and writing. Since 2003, he has been a member of the State Bar of California. In 1998, he graduated from the University of the Pacific’s McGeorge School of Law in Sacramento, California, and now serves... Continue Reading →

Tips for a Financially Sound 2022.

If you want to get yourself financially straight in 2022 then you have come to the right place. Here you will find out what steps you need to take in order to drastically improve your finances while also being able to rocket your saving potential. Want to find out more? Simply take a look below.... Continue Reading →

How to Beat Entrepreneurship Anxiety.

Although you might think that entrepreneurs are successful and fully in control of whatever they are doing, this can simply be a façade; they could be just as nervous and uncertain of their own position and company as you are of yours. This is why comparing yourself to others is never a good idea since... Continue Reading →

Sneaky Ways To Save Some Cash

Saving money is not always an easy thing to do. The temptation of that savings account of yours is always pulling you in, and if you want to save money for a specific event, then you may choose to figure out how you can save your cash. Saving doesn't have to take up chunks of... Continue Reading →

How I Built My Home Gym For Free.

‘When life gives you lemons, make lemonade’, you’ve heard it, you’ve probably said it hundred of times. In its simplicity, this proverbial phrase is one of the best pieces of advice you would ever get in life. It reflects an attitude of fortitude, a philosophy of positive can-do attitude when faced with misfortune. The great... Continue Reading →

Your Year 2020 in Savings.

Among all the goals that my wife and I set every year, an end of the year savings amount is a major milestone. As I review the past several years of planning, I can give ourselves a score on our financial discipline and control. Truly, that number representing your cash worth on December 31st should... Continue Reading →

3 Smart Things You Can Do for Your Money.

When we go from adolescents to adults, or from college to a working life, there comes a point when we naturally think about money more seriously. When you look around, whatever your financial situation may be, it could seem like most people are doing ok. After studying a bank portfolio of hundreds of consumers, I... Continue Reading →

A Beginner’s Guide to Budgeting.

In my experience, making the effort and taking the time to plan and manage your money responsibly pays off. Too many millennials (and people in general) simply go with the flow when it comes to money management and they get painfully surprised when the unexpected happens or simply when they need the money. When you... Continue Reading →

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