Category Archives: Cash Flow

Yes Virginia, Cash Flow Is More Important Than Net Worth

Just yesterday, Amanda Page Tweeted, “Anyone in the personal finance community actively NOT track their net worth? I’d love to know why/why not. At or DM me.” I replied, “I don’t actively track Net Worth as I see Positive Cash Flow … Continue reading

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Mon(ey)day Musings: If You’re Not Getting Enough Hours and Money, Why Not Find a Better Job?

I was scanning through Facebook this morning and a Facebook Aquaintence’s post came up. Now, I don’t read every post, but rather skim the first few words to see if they are interesting enough to read. This one was. “Y’all … Continue reading

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The Foundations of Financial Literacy #1: Increased Income Provides Greater Financial Opportunities

Let’s face it, earning income is a given unless one has somehow come upon a source of cash so that one doesn’t need to earn money. Who knows, winning the lottery, receiving a large inheritance, or marrying someone who has … Continue reading

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Are You Remembering to Budget for These 8 Things?

If you budget, you are probably an expert at tracking your usual expenses in a month. But how many months does an unexpected situation arise, resulting in a bill you forgot to budget for? While we can’t predict every expense that … Continue reading

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Budget vs Cash Flow

I recently came across an article titled something like, “The One Word Financial Experts Want You to Know.” On reading it, I discovered that the one word was “Budget”. The writer didn’t come out and say so, but that turned … Continue reading

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