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My 2021 Financial Challenge
Do you want to end 2021 more prosperous than you did last year? If you said ‘yes’, I am writing specially to you; whether you accomplished all of your goals last year, most of them, some of them or none at all. The New Year is an opportunity to wipe the slate clean and develop a laser focus as you forge ahead in 2021.
Gifting on a Budget
How was 2020 for you? Has the year left your bank account with plenty or is it empty? Whatever obtained, you want to ensure that 2021 is even better than this year. So, resist the urge to splurge this Christmas and instead spread love and good cheer, by getting you and your loved ones gifts that they will cherish.
From Financial Frustration to Financial Peace of Mind
“My light has been disconnected again Michelle!” I could hear the agony and frustration in my friend’s voice. Wendy’s job title implied she was middle class. Using her exact words, she said, “Mich, I feel like a failed bill juggler and a bad money magician.” Have you ever felt like this? Don’t worry. Here are some tips that helped my friend, Wendy, to journey from financial frustration to financial peace of mind, and are sure to help you too.
Are Your Financial Goals Vaccinated Against Financial Crisis?
What do the following all have in common? The financial crash of the 1990s, the World Financial Crisis of 2007–08, Jamaica Debt Exchange (JDX) in 2010, National Debt Exchange (NDX) in 2013 and Coronavirus (COVID-19) in 2020. They all caused major changes in the financial markets, resulting in many persons, like you, delaying or changing their financial goals.