Cash Flow Management System: The Comparison

OK. So, first, we looked at our income. Then, we looked at the necessary expenses that we have. Now, we run a quick comparison to see where we stand, so far. The comparison is rather simple. Estimated Income - Estimated Expenses (from necessities) = "where we stand, so far." Once you've performed the above calculation, … Continue reading Cash Flow Management System: The Comparison

Where Do You WANT Your Money to Go?

In my last post, I wrote about ways to set some long and short-term goals for what you want your life to look like. Now, it's time to put some numbers into getting there. Of course, we'll also need to start prioritizing our goals along the way, since most of us have a finite supply … Continue reading Where Do You WANT Your Money to Go?

The First Hurdle: Figuring Out Your Why in a Financial Plan

Up to this point, I've written about the importance of having some kind of financial plan, but I haven't really gone into how to start and maintain one. I think, at least, part of that is the fact that it took me a long time to figure out how to implement my own plan. Yes, … Continue reading The First Hurdle: Figuring Out Your Why in a Financial Plan

Money and Photography: The Best Plan You Have is…

"The best camera is the one you have with you."Just about every photographer ever I think it's fair to say that just about everyone carries a camera with them almost everywhere they go; that camera is attached to our cellphones. And, while our phones have had cameras in them since June of 2000 (released in … Continue reading Money and Photography: The Best Plan You Have is…