“When I was suckling at the corporate teat, my money came with reassuring regularity. Unless it stopped completely. But now I’m self-employed, my money comes when clients decide to pay me. But what hasn’t changed are the dates when I’m supposed to pay my bills.” … More Tales from the Self Employed: Cash Flow
Personal financial accounting apps are a great way to get your finances organized. … More Mint. com Training Discounted for June
But I want to ask a different question – ‘why am I saving?’ And the answer I’m looking for is not ‘retirement’ or ‘an emergency fund.’ … More How much money should I be saving?
Mixing things can be good, like chocolate and peanut butter. But mixing too much in one pot can create a sludgy mess.
But mixing money together in one account can make it difficult to identify what you’ve earmarked that money for.
… More Your Money Doesn’t Get Lonely if You Separate It
Welcome to March! The New Year’s resolution to manage your money better is a distant memory. But March means Spring Cleaning and another chance to “clean up” your inconsistent money habits. … More Book a Cash Flow Analysis
If you’ve read any of my other articles, you know I am big on tracking where your money goes. But cash is tricky. What are you spending that cash on? … More Casual Cash
If you are reading this, you likely have discretionary income. But what is it anyway? How much do you have? … More Discretionary Income