Why Everyone Needs Goals

Set goals

Do you believe in setting goals? How often do you actually follow through with the goals you set? How often do you set them? Do you keep track of progress daily?‚ÄčIt’s no secret that most of the richest people in the world are strong believers in goal setting. Setting and working towards goals in the […]

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10 Tips For Starting A Photography Business

Hello everyone! My name is Krystal and I’m a new writer here at Finance Fireplace. I’m super excited to be here and can’t wait to drop some hot tips about how to improve your personal finance. For my day job, I’m a self employed photographer running my own business in the northern United States. I […]

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5 Ways To Immediately Improve Your Finances

Most people don’t think of saving money as the most sexy thing in the world. In fact, for most people, saying the words “saving money” leads to thoughts about becoming stingy and having less fun in their lives. But there are ways that you can save money without the expense of having fun. And let’s […]

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Why You Should Use Credit Cards For Everything

Credit Cards often get a bad name due to how much debt Americans have accumulated throughout the years by misusing them. The truth is that, when used right, credit cards are an amazing tool to actually save you money. There are tons of benefits to using your credit card to purchase just about everything you […]

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7 Tips For Sticking To Your Budget

Assuming by this point you’ve already completed the initial setup of your budget, now you just have to stick to it. You’re already aware of your goals, how much you make, and how much you’d like to spend in various categories. You’ve put in the hours going through all your financials and you know it’s […]

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Why You Should Be Budgeting

When it comes to personal finance, budgeting is one of the quickest and best tools you can use to save money and build wealth in the long run. Funny thing is, most of us avoid it like the plague. We often treat budgeting like another “honey-do” or home job similar to mowing the grass or […]

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