Financial Literacy Month

Yippee!!! Celebrating Successes

Today’s topic for Financial Literacy Month 2014: Your Finances from A to Z is Yippee!!! Celebrating your successes in budgeting. (It’s a stretch – work with me, Divas!) For the month of April, we will be bringing you daily posts centered on our personal finances – saving, making and managing our money. Taking control of your finances is no easy… Read more →

Teens and Budgeting

Teens and budgeting are today’s topic for Financial Literacy Month 2014: Your Finances from A to Z. For the month of April, we will be bringing you daily posts centered on our personal finances – saving, making and managing our money. If you have teenagers, then you know how expensive they are. The old saying that small children need small… Read more →

Rules For Saving Money On Your Weekly Food Bill

Today’s topic for Financial Literacy Month 2014: Your Finances from A to Z is Rules for saving money on your weekly food bill. For the month of April, we will be bringing you daily posts centered on our personal finances – saving, making and managing our money. Food is one of the necessities in life. It’s also something that most… Read more →

Questions To Ask About A Debt Management Plan

Today’s topic for Financial Literacy Month 2014: Your Finances from A to Z is Questions to ask about a debt management plan. For the month of April, we will be bringing you daily posts centered on our personal finances – saving, making and managing our money. For many choosing to pay down their debts, enrolling in a debt management plan… Read more →

6 Tips for Managing Your Money

Today’s topic for Financial Literacy Month 2014: Your Finances from A to Z is Money Management. For the month of April, we will be bringing you daily posts centered on our personal finances – saving, making and managing our money. Money management is essential for a balanced, happy life. Financial stress resulting from poor money management skills can affect our… Read more →

Kids and Money

Today’s topic for Financial Literacy Month 2014: Your Finances from A to Z is Kids and Money. For the month of April, we will be bringing you daily posts centered on our personal finances – saving, making and managing our money. To discuss today’s topic, we have guest blogger, Rae, from Quarter Life Cents. Anyone who is attempting to teach… Read more →

Identity Theft: It Can Happen To You

Today’s topic for Financial Literacy Month 2014: Your Finances from A to Z is Identity Theft – It Can Happen To You. For the month of April, we will be bringing you daily posts centered on our personal finances – saving, making and managing our money. The Federal Trade Commission estimates that as many as 9 million Americans have their… Read more →

Goals and Your Finances

Goals are today’s topic for Financial Literacy Month 2014: Your Finances from A to Z. For the month of April, we will be bringing you daily posts centered on our personal finances – saving, making and managing our money. Regular supporters of Divas With A Purpose know that I am a huge supporter of S.M.A.R.T. goals in our personal and… Read more →

Tips for Managing Personal Finances as a Family

Today we welcome guest blogger Betsy from Betsy’s Photography as she discusses Family and Financial Literacy.  Managing personal finances as a family is do-able and she shares with us 10 tips to get us on the right track. For the month of April, we will be bringing you daily posts centered on our personal finances – saving, making and managing… Read more →

7 Tips to Grow Your Emergency Fund

Emergency funds are today’s topic for Financial Literacy Month 2014: Your Finances from A to Z. For the month of April, we will be bringing you daily posts centered on our personal finances – saving, making and managing our money. Surely we all agree that having an emergency fund (or savings account) is important. What’s hard, however, is putting that… Read more →

9 Steps to Removing Credit Report Errors

Credit report errors are today’s topic for Financial Literacy Month 2014: Your Finances from A to Z. For the month of April, we will be bringing you daily posts centered on our personal finances – saving, making and managing our money. Checking your credit reports on an annual basis can be a great idea. A study done by the Federal… Read more →