Some may argue that 2020 has not been a comfortable year for many people around the world. In March of this year, things took a turn that shook the entire planet, putting economies in distress and completely changing our way of life. From social distancing to complete shutdown, from remote working to thousands of layoffs... 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 →
How to Plan Your Next Vacation Without Money Stress.
Tomorrow, when you arrive at your office, look around and you will most likely notice that some seats are unoccupied. They are not there, and they will not show up for a few days: it’s vacation season. While the world sees the American way of life as an overwhelming, non-stop work culture where people sacrifice... Continue Reading →
Financial Moves You Must Make In July!
It’s July. We are more than halfway through 2018 and in a blink of an eye, it will be December. Just a few months ago, we were setting goals for the year and establishing our budgets. Six months into the new habits, it is time to evaluate. Waiting for the end of the year to... Continue Reading →
How To Plan A Vacation This Summer Without Breaking The Bank.
School is out for most students, the sun is shining, the sky is blue, and it is time for hundreds of thousands of Americans to take time off for vacations. When I was a kid, my family never really took vacations. I remember going away with some friends one summer and for three weeks, we... Continue Reading →
Feel Like In a Slump? 6 Ways to De-Stress This Summer.
This blog aims at providing you the best l advice that you can utilize to attain financial stability. From establishing a budget to venturing into the entrepreneurial world, I try to share with you my experience and the experiences of people who have succeeded both in their lives and in their career. I usually say... Continue Reading →
Halloween, Thanksgiving, Christmas, New Year’s Day; Brace Yourselves!
It’s official! Fall is here; it’s the season of overpriced Starbucks pumpkin lattes, North Face jackets, Under Armour cold gear and UGG boots. Let’s not forget the Halloween extravaganzas which lead to Christmas, that single day of the year when credit cards might be the most used. Between those two days, there is Thanksgiving, the... Continue Reading →
Money: When to Say NO to Financial Peer Pressure
When I was in middle school and in high school, I was the quiet, nice and friendly guy every body knew. My habit of avoiding conflict inadvertently led to a level of peer pressure that I succumbed to. In many ways, my personality made me a follower. I was rarely the one making the important... Continue Reading →