I know that, while I'm grateful for my income, I could be bringing in so much more and I can do that while keeping my current job and gaining this valuable experience.
I'm not making anywhere near the amount that I would like to be and you may not be either. Let's face it: It's not the 1990s. Most of us don't come out of college making the $60,000/year we would've made two decades ago. So now w e are either settling for hourly wages that don't … Continue reading 9 Habits That Will Help You Build Wealth On A Small Salary
As the year closes, it is almost time to start making those 2015 resolutions. But if you wait until January 1 to start a good habit, you'll be well into February before it starts to take root in your life. So I strongly recommend reading this Black Enterprise article about managing wealth and using it … Continue reading How Does Your Wealth Management Measure Up?
This morning, I saw this article in the Money Magazine section of CNN and I had to share. It talks about the cost of being rich and, more than anything, I hope many of you see it is a forewarning. There is no one who wants to live in squalor. Everyone wants to be financially … Continue reading It’s expensive being rich
I'm going to step of the beaten path for a few minutes with this post. Generally, I post an article that I've read this week for Financial Friday. This week though, I want to expound upon a topic that I was tweeting back and forth with an executive at Black Enterprise last week. We were … Continue reading Minimum Wages Are Pointless
So, if you didn't know, a distinction can be drawn between being wealthy and being rich. I won't go into it, primarily because Google is a great tool that you can use to expand your understanding of simple words. BUT what I will do is post this article by William Baldwin that I found on … Continue reading Nine Formulas For Wealth Building
CNBC.com | Thursday, 20 Jun 2013 | 12:47 PM ET For consumers, Wednesday's Federal Reserve announcement is a mixed bag. Chairman Ben Bernanke said the Fed would leave the federal funds rate untouched at 0.25 percent. The committee will also continue its program of purchasing $85 billion in Treasury bonds and mortgage-backed securities each month, although Bernanke said … Continue reading Despite Fed, Cost of Consumer Borrowing Could Rise