4 Money Lessons Learned from COVID-19

The corona virus pandemic has forced hundreds of thousands of small businesses to close. Since the mid-March onset of COVID-19, hundreds of thousands of American workers have lost their jobs and more are expected to come. It is estimated that this global slowdown has cost the world’s economy at least 1 trillion dollars already in... Continue Reading →

Overcoming Financial Pain

We are living in perilous times right now! The world is literally changing right before our eyes and working people worldwide are feeling helpless; as fear, doubt, insecurity and anxiety continue to rise. I am hearing from friends who have lost their jobs, careers! One has received a 25% pay cut; while other friends are... Continue Reading →

What Does Financial Freedom Look Like?

Last weekend, we here in the United States celebrated our nation's freedom and hence a free day off for me! So I thought today we’d look at this concept of freedom from a financial perspective and perhaps explore it in deeper depth, especially now as our ideas about work and how we work are changing... Continue Reading →

Summer Travel 2020

Summer 2020 travel norms will be different for most of us working people worldwide due to the economic and health impact of COVID-19. Whether we tend to travel abroad or domestically, the hot talk or buzzwords for this summer season is “Sanitation over fun destination.”  Research reveals that the majority of us are planning to... Continue Reading →

6 Ways To Budget In Times of Crisis COVID-19

In an effort to help, I am going to share an alternative way of looking at some interesting, perhaps, even unsound financial advice being disseminated from well-established people in the world of business, government and personal finance.

Here are 6 practices I am using to maintain my home primarily on a teacher’s salary in light of COVID-19 and I believe they will help working people like us worldwide.

The 10 Commandments of Financial Success

Difficult times, often force us to evaluate what financial success is and looks like --particularly when they are not of our making i.e. catastrophes, occurrences beyond our control, COVID-19. The amount of income needed for financial peace varies per family, per person and per lifestyle. However, for working people at all financial levels, challenging times like these encourage us to assess and reassess what is important.

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