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Celebrate National Financial Awareness Day With These Tips

August 14 is National Financial Awareness Day, a celebration of why it is important to be financially mindful. You have the power to take control of your money and become financially aware and responsible. Below are four tips you can practice to help you reach your long-term financial goals.

by CapWay
This Spending Plan May Be the Perfect Fit For You. Here's How It Works.

If the word budget evokes thoughts of no-frills, ramen noodle dinners, and nights at home – don’t worry, I have found an easy way to help you grow your bank account without losing your cool.

by Beverly Wilks
4 Things Most of Our Parents Didn't Teach Us About Money

Unfortunately, a lesson or conversation that is often not had between parents and children is around money, therefore, leading to many people's lack of financial literacy.

by CapWay
How to Change Your Money Mindset for the Better

A mindset shift is important when you want to become financially secure and comfortable. Your money mindset determines how you think about your finances. If you have a poor mindset when it comes to money, it can become challenging to accomplish your financial goals.

by Nailah Herbert
File Your Tax Return and Get Ahead Financially

On January 24, 2022, people can begin filing their federal tax returns for the 2021 tax year. Individual income tax preparation can be tricky, and it is essential that all of the values included when filing your return are accurate.

by Nailah Herbert
Seven Tips to Improve Your Financial Position

To become financially successful in the long run, one must make a series of smart decisions. As a person’s main goal should be to try and achieve financial independence, below are some tips that could help you expedite your financial success.

by Nailah Herbert
How to Prevent Running Out of Money Each Month

PR Newswire's data showed that 61% of Americans were living paycheck to paycheck in June 2022. More than half of the American population makes just enough to get by. Running out of money is something that no one wishes to go through, so below are feasible ways to prevent yourself from living paycheck to paycheck.

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