Looking ahead to 2011

Last week, I shared my reflections of the past year 2010.  Today, I’d like to share with you my personal financial goals for the coming year 2011.  This is actually my way of challenging myself by publicly declaring my goals for the coming year. My 3 major financial goals this year 2011 1) Create at… Continue reading Looking ahead to 2011

4 Money Habits That Can Lead Anyone To Debt Problems…And How You Can Overcome Them

Here’s an inspiring guest post from Jason on how he managed to pay off a total of $70,000 in debt in 3 and 1/2 years by overcoming his poor money habits and building better ones. It is said “As you sow so shall you reap”. Same thing happened with me. I myself was solely responsible… Continue reading 4 Money Habits That Can Lead Anyone To Debt Problems…And How You Can Overcome Them

Bo Sanchez’ Truly Rich Club Review

I’ve been wanting to do a review on Bo Sanchez’ Truly Rich Club for quite some time but I’ve been putting it off due to busy schedule at work.  When I read about Bo’s recent article “How To Be a Billionaire”, I thought people need to find out more about this. Before I say anything… Continue reading Bo Sanchez’ Truly Rich Club Review

Rich Money Habits Carnival – The Psychology of Money

Welcome to the third edition of Rich Money Habits Carnival – The Psychology of Money.  The top picks of this edition all share the same common theme – discovering the psychology of money. How is Warren Buffet, one of the richest people in the world, different from the rest of us?  Why is it that… Continue reading Rich Money Habits Carnival – The Psychology of Money

Rich Money Habits Carnival – Frugality and Success

Welcome to the second edition of the Rich Money Habits Carnival! In this edition we will highlight the top 5 frugality and success articles out of the tons of money stories we’ve received during the month of February.  May these articles inspire you to live a wealthy and successful life.  Enjoy! Rich Money Habits Top… Continue reading Rich Money Habits Carnival – Frugality and Success

Rich Money Habits Carnival: First Edition-Best Money Stories To Jumpstart Your Year!

Welcome to the first edition of Rich Money Habits Carnival-Best Money Stories To Jumpstart Your Year! Every month we will be featuring the best articles in the world of personal finance through the Rich Money Habits Carnival. In this first ever edition, we’ve reviewed a total of 27 articles submitted by personal finance bloggers and… Continue reading Rich Money Habits Carnival: First Edition-Best Money Stories To Jumpstart Your Year!

8 Best Home Budgeting Software Features I’d Really Love To Have

I’ve been looking for a home budgeting software for quite some time but I haven’t really found anything that has all the features I’d really love to have. You see, my wife and I have been relying on the good old excel spreadsheet to track our income and expenses.  Sometimes it works.  Sometimes it doesn’t. … Continue reading 8 Best Home Budgeting Software Features I’d Really Love To Have

Increase Your Financial IQ Book Review – Part 4: Leveraging Your Money

Today, you will learn Financial IQ #4 – Leveraging Your Money.  This article is part 4 of Rich Money Habits’ review on Robert Kiyosaki’s book Increase Your Financial IQ: Get Smarter with Your Money. To read parts 1 to 3 of the book review, you can checkout the following links. Increase Your Financial IQ Book… Continue reading Increase Your Financial IQ Book Review – Part 4: Leveraging Your Money

Increase Your Financial IQ Book Review – Part 2: Protecting Your Money

Today, you will learn Financial IQ #2 – Protecting Your Money.  This article is part 2 of Rich Money Habits’ review on Robert Kiyosaki’s book Increase Your Financial IQ: Get Smarter with Your Money.  To read part 1 of the book review, you can checkout Increase Your Financial IQ Book Review – Part 1: Making… Continue reading Increase Your Financial IQ Book Review – Part 2: Protecting Your Money

Why is finance charge so confusing?

Last week, I read a story from a personal finance blog, about a first hand experience of credit card’s two-cycle billing. This was followed by an update on the post a few days later to clarify what really happened after he got a call and explanation from the credit card company. He was informed that… Continue reading Why is finance charge so confusing?