• Saving Money

    Exercise a full understanding of what it means to save money. Most ads boast save money and shop here. That can be an oxymoron. You can save a lot of money by NOT shopping at all. Make sure your purchases are deliberate so that you can avoid spending unwisely. For […]

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  • Stocks In Place of Traditional Gifts

    Instead of buying toys and products for your children, consider purchasing stock. Mattel (MAT) stock is trading at $26.25 Hasbro (HAS) stock is trading at $68.37 Sony (SNE) stock is trading at $24.34 Think and do activities that demonstrate your freedom. This has been our money kingdom financial perspective. May […]

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  • Saving Money Is In! Use Your Refund Wisely

    Saving money is in. Spending it like you’re not financially literate is out. If you get a tax refund this year and have outstanding debt, any kind of debt, the best use of that money is to pay the debt down or off. Here are some additional ways to use […]

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  • Three Financial Tips for Children

    Set your children off on the right financial path by teaching them these three important ideas. Start young — it’s important to broach the subject of money with kids at a young age. There’s no way to expect a child at any age to understand money unless you talk about […]

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  • Financial Portfolios

    What is a financial portfolio? In simple terms, the word portfolio is used to describe a collection of things. It can be art, stocks, bonds, real estate properties, or precious metals. Our job is to build an investment portfolio that meets our needs, fits our situations and consists of assets […]

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  • Four Ways You’re Throwing Money Away

    1. Not buying refurbished electronics. Free yourself of the notion that refurbished electronics are rejects or failures. Any returned item gets labeled as refurbished. So, look into a good deal on perhaps a new-to-you iPhone or laptop. 2. Buying gift cards in store. You don’t know what to get your friend, but you know […]

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  • Year-End Financial Freedom

    Consider your relationship with money and how you’ve used it. The point of this introspection is to try and understand your relationship with money and how you use it in your life – understand the areas where you’re weak, the areas where you’re strong, and how you can improve the […]

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  • Entrepreneurship

    This links up with a MKFP post not so long discussing integrity. We can all agree to the command “do what’s right!” The 1989 movie penned it as “Do the Right Thing”. Some may think this is reserved only for how we deal with one another when it’s actually a […]

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  • Financial Irresponsibility

    There is an integrity and character demonstrated in how you deal with your debts. Some people freely incur debts with no thought on how they’ll be paid. Your money habits (aka credit worthiness) are an indicator of how you deal with debt. Strive to do what’s right in everything you […]

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  • Tax Refunds on Prepaid Card or Bank Account?

    Getting your tax refund back on a prepaid card may sound convenient, but does it make financial sense? For those without bank accounts, a prepaid debit card may be the fastest way to get an income tax refund. It’s an option offered by all the major tax preparers. But for […]

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