App Tally offers a unique approach to debt consolidation – making your credit card payments for you to reduce your interest and save you money. While the service has potential, it may not be right for every kind of cardholder.
Your minimum monthly payment is the lowest amount that you need to pay on your credit card balance. Any less could result in a derogatory mark, any more will clear more of the principal.Â Your monthly payment is one of the most important aspects of your credit card debt and failure to understand this could […]
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Many of us suffer from a temporary income drop at one point or another. What we donât consider is how long it may take to bounce back from such a situation.
The post The Repercussions Of A Temporary Income Drop And Ways To Minimize The Damage appeared first on Bible Money Matters and was written by Melissa. Copyright Â© Bible Money Matters – please visit biblemoneymatters.com for more great content.
Your life and personal finances don’t always go the way you hope. We all have struggles and no one achieves success without their share of hurdles and challenges. However, there are tools that can help you break through financial hardships and live the life you want.
I interviewed AJ Gibson, author of Flipping the Script: Bouncing Back from Life’s Rock Bottom Moments, an Amazon #1 new release. We talk about the personal, professional, and financial challenges that he’s overcome.
AJ is a Los-Angeles based TV host, public speaker, and coach who loves great people, food, fashion, entertainment, and travel. He’s been the host of the nationally syndicated daytime talk show, Hollywood Today Live, a co-host on Access Hollywood Live, and a frequent anchor on Good Day LA. You’ll see him on CBS’s The Talk and even on several episodes of The Wendy Williams Show.
His journey from being a closeted gay boy in Ohio to a host chatting with the some of the world’s most admired celebrities on Hollywood’s biggest red carpets is incredibly inspiring. He has a gift for busting through life’s roadblocks and persevering despite failure.
On the Money Girl podcast, AJ and I chatted about key lessons from his book. You’ll learn how to shift your perspective to find the beauty in life’s most challenging moments. We cover:
- Overcoming the financial hurdles of becoming self-employed
- Tips for reaching financial goals when you have big dreams
- Why fear and shame may be causing you to ignore your financial situation
- Leaning on professionals to help stay on top of your financial life
- Tools for turning hopelessness into a positive, fresh outlook on your future
- Using a focus wheel for daily motivation to achieve your dreams and goals
Listen to the interview using the audio player above, or check it out on Apple Podcasts, SoundCloud, Stitcher, and Spotify
ABOUT THE AUTHOR
Laura Adams received an MBA from the University of Florida. She's an award-winning personal finance author, speaker, and consumer advocate who is a trusted and frequent source for the national media. Her book, Debt-Free Blueprint: How to Get Out of Debt and Build a Financial Life You Love was an Amazon #1 New Release. Do you have a money question? Call the Money Girl listener line at 302-364-0308. Your question could be featured on the show. Stay in the personal finance loop! Listen and subscribe to the Money Girl podcast on Apple, Spotify, or wherever you get your podcasts.
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Everyone wants to have more money, less debt, and greater financial freedom, but very few will attain it. Simply telling yourself that youâll earn more cash and clear more debts isnât enough to realize those goals, but writing those tasks down, setting realistic targets, and steadily working towards them can significantly increase your chances.Â Nothing […]
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