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Learning About Financial Planning

Hello, I'm Cynthia. I would like to welcome you to my site about financial planning. After heading off to college, I found my bank account dangerously low or in the negative far too often. I had enough funds to sustain my needs each month, so I set to work figuring out what happened. I developed a personal budget system that worked to keep money in my account while still being able to enjoy college life. I will talk more about this budgeting system, and its importance, on this website. I hope you will come by to learn how to get your finances in check as well. Thanks.

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3 Things To Do Once You Sign A Professional Sporting Contract
26 March 2018

If you have just scored a professional sports cont

Professional Sports 101: 3 Things That Will Be Considered During The Valuation Process
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Whether you are thinking about selling your sports

Three Things To Ask Your Financial Adviser After Your Divorce
17 November 2017

After a divorce, there are certain moves that you

Just Starting Out? 4 Ways To Get Started On Financial Planning In Your 20s
2 August 2017

You may not find yourself thinking much about fina

Newly Wealthy? Use These Suggestions
27 June 2017

Having a lot of money can be thrilling, but if you

Three Things To Ask Your Financial Adviser After Your Divorce

After a divorce, there are certain moves that you should take to keep your finances as healthy as possible. One item to add to your to-do list is to meet with your financial adviser. A financial adviser can help you figure out what your next money moves should be. At your meeting, make sure to ask the following questions. 1. How Can You Get Your Retirement Savings Back on Track? Read More 

Just Starting Out? 4 Ways To Get Started On Financial Planning In Your 20s

You may not find yourself thinking much about financial planning while still in your 20s. But this is a prime time to get the ball rolling and develop good financial habits that will last your whole life. So, along with studying and finding your way in your new career or workplace, here are 4 other manageable financial things you can do to set yourself up for life. Check Your Credit Read More 

Newly Wealthy? Use These Suggestions

Having a lot of money can be thrilling, but if you've come into a lot of money recently, it can also generate a lot of stress. You might be able to identify a number of things you'd like to use the money for, but you may also fear spending it too quickly. To hold on to your new wealth and grow it even more if you can, you're going to need to use these suggestions. Read More 

Three Wealth Management Tips

Managing your financial situation is a task that is one of the most important tasks for you to do. Improper management of one's wealth can lead to a host of complications that can lead to a significant decrease in one's quality of life. To help you with managing your personal wealth, there are guidelines that you will want to at least consider so that you can be as prepared as possible for getting the most out of your wealth. Read More 

Four Things You Need To Plan For Financially (And What Happens When You Don’t)

Financial planning in life is more than month-to-month budgets and paychecks. There are four major milestones in everyone's life that require planning far in advance.  Most of these should apply to you, and as a young adult, you should make every effort to think and plan ahead. If you do not, there may be some unpleasant financial trouble ahead for you. College If your own parents did not plan ahead for college for you, then you have to plan ahead for it. Read More