The end of the year is fast approaching. Before you know it, Jan. 1, 2014, will be here and another business year is at hand. So… have you started planning and budgeting for your 2014 business year? If you haven’t, don’t wait any longer. The sooner you get your budget in place, the better idea you’ll have of what you can do in the year ahead. (more…)
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There’s no such thing as a free lunch… but a little planning ahead can make it a lot cheaper.
Let’s say you go out for lunch, on average, twice a week. At $8 per meal, you’ll spend more than $800 in one year on those lunches. And if you add in a weekly dinner out ($20), you’ll spend upwards $1,800 per year in restaurants. These little indulgences – fast food here, a sit down dinner there – add up and wreak havoc on your checkbook – and possibly your credit. (more…)
It may not be the most romantic Valentine’s Day conversation, but financial planning is an important part of starting your marriage on solid financial footing. After all, married couples fight over personal finances more than they fight over anything else. (more…)