Decisions on How to Make and Save Money Are Made Easier
Whether you’re an Individual or an organization, you often wonder if you’re making the right decisions when you want to make and save money. You find it difficult to navigate through what seems to be a complicated maze of financial products, services, taxes, and regulations.
You also might need to prepare yourself for your the next meeting with your advisor. Or, you want objective information so you can make you own decisions. You want tips and how-to’s in plain english that you can use now. And your brother-in-law is not a good alternative.
The doubt and stress over how to make and save money might cause you to ask yourself:
Was my financial decision the best option? Why?
How do I protect my assets?
How do I budget the money I have?
I’m leaving my current employer, what do I do with my retirement?
What about health care?
What are frugal ways to spend and save money?
I don’t even know what questions to ask!
This section will help you with some of those answers.
Understanding Financial Terms and Concepts
Below are categories of some basic principles you should understand when evaluating a financial opportunity or making a financial decision. Rest assured, this is not rocket science. In fact, you’ll see that the most important principle on which to base your financial education is simply good common sense.
If you’ve had little or no experience, you’re probably apprehensive about how to begin. It’s always wise to understand what you’re investing in. By investing I mean any time you spend your hard earned money. The better you understand the information you receive, the more comfortable you will be with the course you’ve chosen.
Don’t Be Intimidated by Jargon
Don’t worry if you can’t understand the financial experts right away. Much of what they say is jargon that is actually less complicated than it sounds. Don’t hesitate to ask questions when it comes to your money, the only dumb question is the one you don’t ask. However, don’t wait to start making and saving money until you feel you know everything.
Start Small But Start with Something
There are multiple ideas and tips located on this site. For some they might seem very basic, but we designed it that way. We’ve presented the content in small, bite-size portions that you can easily put to use. If you want more in-depth topical information, we also have other resources that are available. everything.
How to Use Financial Categories and Tags
We have organized this section into Financial Categories. Each personal finance article and each personal finance guide is filed under one or more of these categories. Articles and guides with similar content are thus grouped together. This aids in navigation. Think of it as a table of contents. You can find the articles HERE and the guides HERE!
There are also Financial Tags. Tags identify important information that occur in an article and it may or may not occur in other articles. This is like the index of a book. You can find the most common tags on the page sidebar.
You can use this section four different ways:
Choose a particular Financial Category. Just click on the category and all of the related articles will display.
Choose a Financial Tag (index). Same as with the category.
Input your topic into the “Search” feature located on the top right of the page.
Read the articles in no particular order. Just read the one that interest you.