Psychology of Money

Managing money well isn’t necessarily about what you know. It’s about how you act. Behavior is hard to teach, even to the smartest people. When it comes to investing, personal finance, and business decision-making, money is typically taught as a math-based subject, where data and formulas tell us exactly what to do. In reality, people don’t make financial decisions based

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Budgeting 101

Don’t break the bank – find out how to create and stick to a budget with this comprehensive, easy-to-understand guide to saving money sensibly in this edition of the popular 101 series. Saving money can seem impossible at times. Even with everyday expenses such as groceries and gas, electric bills and lunch money, as well as unexpected expenses such as

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Budgeting Envelopes

Keep your money organized with clever Fox Cash Envelopes, spend wisely, stay out of debt, start saving, and set and achieve financial goals. This book has everything you need to implement a cash envelope budget system into your daily life. SAVE MONEY, GET OUT OF DEBT & GET CONTROL OF YOUR MONEY: Are you looking for the best cash envelopes

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99 Lessons On Savings

Why do high schools and colleges require students to take English, math, and science courses, but do not require students to learn about personal finance? Why did they not teach this in school? In order to pass on to his five children as they became adults, the author created 99 Personal Money Management Lessons to Live By. The author realized

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Cheap 101: Being Cheap Gives You the Power

We are programmed at a young age to buy, buy, buy. Advertisements advertising everything from tasty cereals, electronic gadgets to super hero action figures beg us to spend, spend, spend to be happy. Along the same lines we are convinced that this is fine to want more and more stuff. And, the subliminal message is that being “Cheap” is “not

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Cheap 101: Social Class and Wealth

Social class isn’t indistinguishable from riches, however the two ideas are connected (especially in Marxist theory),prompting the idea of financial status. Abundance at the individual or family level alludes to benefit of everything an individual or family possesses, including individual property and monetary assets. In both Marxist and Weberian hypothesis, class is separated into upper, center, and lower, with each

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Cheap 101: 0% Interest Loans

More than 1.7 billion people around the world are unbanked and can’t access the financial services they need. Kiva is an international nonprofit, founded in 2005 in San Francisco, with a mission to expand financial access to help underserved communities thrive. Kiva provides entrepreneurs with 0% interest loans of up to $15,000. To qualify for a loan, applicants must be

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What is Cyberbegging?

Have you been drowning in debt, struggling to make ends meet, scared of losing your job, buried in bills, or worried about getting by in today’s economy? Cyberbegging, online begging, and internet panhandling are the online versions of traditional begging or panhandling, which involves crowdfunding and asking strangers for money for immediate needs. Get help with money, food, shelter, bills,

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