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Making money is necessary for job search. Budgeting your money keeps you prepared to do job search. You need money for accessories, hygiene items, transportation, toll booths, parking, lunch, hair care, child care, housing, food, and your cell.
Your lack of moneymaking skills extends your job search. You need to include learning to budget and making money on your job search list of things to do.
Being a parent is never easy especially if you have children. Children are expensive to raise. Before parents think about buying things for themselves, their children first come to mind. That's why it's important to learn how to budget effectively so that there is money to take care of yourself, family, business and other demands. It's also important to teach your children money management, which you will learn on this episode.
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Join Alaina as she discusses closing out your project list, budgeting for hobbies, and Halloween.
Join us tonight at 9:00pm EST on Moorish Science Radio for the 1st class on Budgeting. If you are interested in how to make your money work for you instead of working for your money then you don't want to miss this show. Kenyatta Auset-Bey, Treasurer for Subordinate Temple Atlantis and an Economic and Applied Mathematics Scholar, will be teaching a budgeting method that will help you take your first step towards financial freedom.It is time for us to make moves Moors and take our places back in the affairs of men. These are the first steps in understanding how to thrive in this system that usually chews up and spits out our people because we never got the proper education in these matters. Come all Ye Asiatics!
They’ve been called narcissistic, entitled and digitally obsessed. But research into the group known as the millennials (ages 21-36) are shattering those stereotypes. A study from Life Happens shows that millennials show the greatest concern of all age groups when it comes to leaving dependents in a difficult situation if they were to die prematurely. However, their understanding of life insurance and the true costs associated with it are wildly incorrect.
30 percent of U.S. households have no life insurance whatsoever, leaving a significant portion of the population without a financial safety net. Cost is a perceived barrier as 63 percent of all consumers cite it as their reason for not purchasing life insurance, or more of it, yet more than 80 percent of Americans misjudge its true cost by more than three times. And those under 25 without life insurance overestimate its cost by 10 times. This confusion over the true cost of life insurance is something that Life Happens is working to eliminate.
September is Life Insurance Awareness month – the perfect time to hear from our guest, Cindy Gentry, CLU, ChFC, the 2014 Chair of the Board of Life Happens, the nonprofit organization dedicated to helping Americans take personal financial responsibility and educate them on the importance of a sound financial future. She’ll outline the misconceptions millennials -- and all Americans -- have when it comes to long-term financial planning and offer targeted advice to get them on track and avoid financial hardship in the wake of the unthinkable happening.
Carrie Rocha owns and operates PocketYourDollars.com, one of the most popular personal finance sites on the web. She instills financial confidence in her audience on everything from consumer issues to money management. Her book, Pocket Your Dollars (Bethany House 2013), addresses the underlying attitude changes she and her family made to eliminate $50,000+ in debt in two-and-a-half years. A sought-after media personality, Carrie has been featured on Bloomberg Businessweek, Forbes.com, Wall Street Journal Radio, Glamour, Ladies’ Home Journal, Yahoo! Finance, CNNMoney.com, FoxBusiness.com, and many other magazines and websites. Carrie also serves on National Women’s Council and is a council members of the Performance Marketing Association. Carrie lives with her husband and two daughters in Minneapolis, Minnesota.
LIVE:The Matrix Of MONEY- GREG Reveals the Hidden spiritual Secrets of MONEY
If I Just Had Some More Money!
Budgeting made simple. Making more money isn't the problem. What you do with the money you make is the problem.
Greg teaches financial wellness and is an untiring ambassador for financial literacy. Empowering people by reminding them of their potential and greatness is his soul purpose. Money doesn’t have to be a mystery. He brings this message to all willing to learn. By integrating the worldly and
, Greg suggests that balance between the two can be a key to wholeness.
"The Language of Money" - to include:
-Why it's called a Bank
-Interest and Rent
-The meaning of a Bill
-Mortgage and death
-Exploring the word Contract
-Debt is contracting future labor.
-Origin of dollar sign
Words are powerful. They are a big place where the Matrix is hidden in plain sight.
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In life there are those touchstone moments, and as June nears, millions of high seniors will experience one such moment – graduation. Unfortunately, when these high school seniors should be looking forward to this new chapter in their life with a sense of optimism, some are instead worrying about how much debt they’re going to incur earning that college degree.
According to a Princeton Review survey, 38 percent of students survey listed “level of debt incurred to pay for the degree” as their primary concern. And CNN Money reports that the average college senior in 2012 graduated with an average of nearly $27,000 in student loan debt.
Additionally, in February, the Federal Reserve Bank of New York reported that nearly one in three people with student loans are now more than 90 days behind on payments, which is a significant jump from 2004.
On today’s episode, Your Money, Your Matters welcomes Linda Birt, relationship coordinate with People’s Trust FCU in Houston. Birt will join radio personalities Linda Webb-Manon and Rick Grady, Texas Credit Union League, and Todd Mark, Consumer Credit Counseling Services in a frank discussion on this important subject. The team will discuss among other things the importance of planning and budgeting for college and taking advantage of available grant and scholarship dollars, as well as practical tips on how to reduce expenses and make your money stretch further.
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