What Is National Financial Literacy Month?

Prairie Eco-Thrifter

Forty-one percent of adults in the United States gave themselves a grade of C, D, or F on their knowledge of personal finance (according to the 2011 Consumer Financial Literacy Survey Final Report of the National Foundation for Credit Counseling).

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How to Build your Emergency Fund

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We have lived through some challenging months as small business owners, but 2007 was a very tough year for us. My husband and I see things slightly different based on our personal situation, especially the one I described above.

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Emergency Funds: Emergencies Happen When You Least Expect It

Family Balance Sheet

The year 2007 held such promise for us when it started, but by the end of the year we were brought to our knees. As self-employed owners of a small business, we have lived through some tough months, but in 2007, it was a tough year.

Over 40 and Worried about Money? Start here!

Family Balance Sheet

Almost 70% of Generation X have less than $1000 in personal savings account. *. But for our own safety net, we must make our finances a priority. It’s hard to change and improve your finances if you have no idea where you currently stand. Finances Over 40

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Create an Emergency Fund | 31 Days to Organize Your Finances

Family Balance Sheet

Welcome to 31 Days to Organize Your Finances. We’ll talk about cash flow, budgets, debts, and all of the nitty gritty of our finances that might not be fun to talk about, but are so important to discuss. My husband and I see things slightly different based on our personal situation.

Earning Extra Money Online With Paid Surveys

Prairie Eco-Thrifter

In 2007, he sold his ecommerce website for $250,000 to a top Ebay Power Seller and since then has sold several niche sites for five figures each.

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Laughing at Wall Street Book Review and Giveaway

Nicoles Nickels

He is an ordinary person with a knack for identifying trends and discovering great investments hidden in everyday life. In early 2007, he invested $20,000 in the stock market, and in three years it grew to just over $2 million. Name of Product: Laughing at Wall Street Book.