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 →

Should I help him with his credit ?

Hello world, welcome to Mind Over Money Mondays. Money, Money Money, Monday! Welcome to Money Mondays! I am Timolin Langin! Thank you all for joining me! We are happy that working people worldwide are reading and reaching out to us about speaking engagements & sending questions. Thank you. Keep them coming & thank you for watching! Today’s... 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 →

Investing in Rent

A millennial, borderline Generation Z colleague has challenged me to write a 600 word blog on Why Home Ownership for the younger generation. Given these times of pandemic, protests and pandemonium I will broaden this post to speak to  first time home buyers.  The message is simple, you’re investing your rent in the purchase of... Continue Reading →

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