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Certified Financial Planner Steve Repak shares six keys for building wealth.Comments (2)
Author Angela Coffman, a.k.a. “The Grocery Shrink,” knows the cost of cleaning products can add up fast. In this edition of A Closer Look: “Homemade Cleaning Recipes,” Coffman shares recipes for cleaning products that will make your house shine for a fraction of the retail price.Comments (78)
Angela Coffman, a.k.a. “The Grocery Shrink,” believes anyone can learn to be frugal. She says getting control over your food budget, one of the biggest areas of wasteful spending in America, is key. In this edition of A Closer Look: “Shrink Your Grocery Bills,” Coffman shares 10 tips you can use now to get your food budget under control.Comments (4)
It’s a common phrase, “Timing is everything!” And now, thanks to author Mark Di Vincenzo, we can learn why. In this edition of A Closer Look: “The Best Time to Buy and Save,” Di Vincenzo shares some of his tips on “when and why” to buy to get the best value for your dollar.Comments (11)
Author Jeff Yeager debunks the age-old belief that accumulating “stuff” can bring us happiness. Instead, he offered a completely fresh take on personal finance, teaching us how to enjoy life more by spending and consuming less. In this edition of A Closer Look: “Secrets of a Happy Cheapskate,” Yeager shares essential secrets from thrifty individuals who are already living happily below their means.Comments (1)
The 700 Club’s Financial Success booklet will show you how to save money, get out of debt, and build wealth for your future. Filled with important information and helpful worksheets, this booklet will put you on the road to a secure financial future.
Worksheets included in this booklet: Pay Yourself Worksheet, Equity Worksheet, My Emergency Fund Worksheet, Monthly Cash Flow Worksheet, and Eliminating My Debt Worksheet.Comments (23)
Author and businessman Anthony Manganiello knows firsthand about financial ups and downs. After falling on tough financial times, he learned how to get out of debt and generate wealth. In this edition of A Closer Look: Are You a Millionaire in the Making?, Manganiello shares his story and the first steps you can take to manage your cash flow and begin to build wealth.
Author and founder of Wealth Watchers International, Alice Woods, wanted a way to manage her finances that made sense to her. In the process, she developed a money management system that anyone can follow to pay off debt and build wealth. In this edition of A Closer Look: "Discover Your True Wealth," Woods introduces you her system and shows you how it can change your financial life.Comments (3)
Out of control debt is something many Americans know all too well. CBN News reporter Carolyn Castleberry says the first step in dealing with your debt is understanding how the credit game works and why it matters. In this edition of A Closer Look: 5 Ways to Improve Your Credit Score, Castleberry shares specific steps you can take to get your debt under control.Comments (4)
When it comes to managing money, are you a spender, a saver, a stasher, or maybe dreamer? In this edition of A Closer Look: Discover Your Money Personality, author and Money Coach Lynnette Khalfani-Cox shares her Money Personality Quiz. Understanding your Money Personality, and how it affects your money management, will put you on the right track to achieve your financial goals.Comments (3)
Two of the biggest stressors in people's lives are money and work. With the current economic crisis, many of us are experiencing both financial and job-related stress. In this edition of A Closer Look: The Physical Cost of Financial Stress, Dr. Michael Roizen explains the effect stress has on our physical bodies and what we can do about it.Comments (2)
Financial columnist Greg Karp says the key to getting out of debt and start building wealth is to face this truth: You just can't out-earn dumb spending. In this edition of A Closer Look: Spend Smarter, Karp shares ways to save big money in three key areas: food, insurance, and telecommunications.
Phil Lempert is the food editor for NBC News’ Today show, but to his fans he is known as the Supermarket Guru, helping them navigate the grocery store aisles and make smart purchases. In this edition of A Closer Look: Money-Saving Supermarket Secrets, Lempert shares quick money-saving tips you can use immediately to stretch your food dollars.Comments (1)