Category Archives: Getting Started

Fiscal Health Hour – Spend One Hour Improving Your Financial Life

Earlier this week a friend forwarded me the popular New York Times article by Ron Lieber where he outlined a 10-12 hour day he spent improving his financial life.  10-12 hours is a big time commitment for all of us busy young folks, but the message he sent to us should not be lost. In […]

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One Girl's Challenge – $10,000 in Six Months

I came across the blog $10,000 After Tip Out this weekend and I wanted to share it with everyone.  This individual (her name is AK) is a waitress in Arizona and is currently trying to raise $10,000 to make a move to NYC to attend a prestigious fashion school six months from now.  Not only […]

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Stop Living Paycheck to Paycheck – Tactical Tips

Statistics vary, but regardless of which source you look at, there is over 40% of working adults in the US that are living paycheck to paycheck (these numbers get up as high as 70%).  That is a lot of people that are one emergency or job loss away from being in financial disaster.  Now, if […]

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Category Archives: Getting Started

Fiscal Health Hour – Spend One Hour Improving Your Financial Life

Earlier this week a friend forwarded me the popular New York Times article by Ron Lieber where he outlined a 10-12 hour day he spent improving his financial life.  10-12 hours is a big time commitment for all of us busy young folks, but the message he sent to us should not be lost. In […]

Read the full article »

One Girl's Challenge – $10,000 in Six Months

I came across the blog $10,000 After Tip Out this weekend and I wanted to share it with everyone.  This individual (her name is AK) is a waitress in Arizona and is currently trying to raise $10,000 to make a move to NYC to attend a prestigious fashion school six months from now.  Not only […]

Read the full article »

Stop Living Paycheck to Paycheck – Tactical Tips

Statistics vary, but regardless of which source you look at, there is over 40% of working adults in the US that are living paycheck to paycheck (these numbers get up as high as 70%).  That is a lot of people that are one emergency or job loss away from being in financial disaster.  Now, if […]

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