Current Edition

July 23, 2017

Vol 1

Your Money

  • ReCharge and Review Those Spending Habits

    Take an inventory ladies. What are you spending your money on and how can you shift the way you spend to recharge your finances on the savings side? Well, that’s a no brainer. Stop shopping the old school way! Regular department stores, compulsive “gotta have to feel better” shopping habits and shopping for everything when “you’ve got the time after work” or “just feel like it” syndrome. Oh no. Let’s correct to recharge which will require a shift in your daily routine and mind [...]
  • Holiday $pending

    Are you tight again this holiday season? Having to wait for your last pay check of the year and the last minute to get your gifts bought, wrapped and under the tree? Or are you the uber planner who buys everything right after the holidays along with really reduced wrapping paper to save for the next year? No, you’re not anal. You’re just really prepared. Maybe you’re the CyberSpace Expert and Lead Amazon Queen ordering everything online with a few clicks, a glass of wine and [...]
  • Emergency Cash

    It can happen when we least expect it. And it usually does. The emergency. Life throwing us a curve ball. A natural disaster. An economic hit. And in today’s global life scape, we know National Emergencies can happen at any moment. So are you ready? We take so much for granted in our automated world. Our ATM’s, banks and online systems hum along as we transfer funds, make transactions and live on paperless air. But what if bad weather or power outages shut those systems down? Or [...]
  • Small Steps. Big Results.

    October is Mystery Month here on the Newsladies and this week we want to take the mystery out of your money and put more of it in your pockets! Money is a funny thing and can dramatically impact our everyday lives. If you’re having money problems, struggling to balance a budget or simply to make one, you might need a brand new approach. So what can you do on a daily basis to make small changes that add up to big results? We found some great tips from the Financially Wise Women Website. [...]
  • ReCharge and Review Your Spending Habits

    Take an inventory ladies. What are you spending your money on and how can you shift the way you spend to recharge your finances on the savings side? Well, that’s a no brainer. Stop shopping the old school way! Regular department stores, compulsive “gotta have to feel better” shopping habits and shopping for everything when “you’ve got the time after work” or “just feel like it” syndrome. Oh no. Let’s correct to recharge which will require a shift in your daily routine and mind [...]
  • Divorce and Your Dollars

    It’s a big hit to go through a divorce on a lot of levels. It can be taxing on your heart, emotional state, family, work life and your finances. So how to do you pick up the pieces and start rebuilding your new financial house after the break up? WiseBread is a great website with its byline “Living Large on A Small Budget.” Yah, isn’t down sizing and tiny house living the trend today? Anyway, here are some of their valuable rules to live by after the split and as you transition into your [...]
  • Your New Money Tree

    You’ve wanted to do it for a long time now. Create your own money tree. Exit from the cubicle and become your own CEO. That’s right. Be your Own Boss. Start your own company. A recent Pay Pal survey reports more than 7 million women owned businesses exist in America boasting a 3 trillion dollar impact on the economy. With that encouraging news, you’re ready to take on the challenge. O.k. cool! We know you can do it, but it does take a certain mindset, determination and investment [...]
  • The Power of Female Finances

    Listen up Ladies. Did you know you are the powerhouse search engine when it comes to money moves, financial decisions and purchasing power in America? Yes, that would be you! But you’re saying to yourself, then why do I feel broke, on a tight budget and not getting ahead? Well one reason is the fact that most women like to spend money. Yes, we can save, budget and manage household finances but a little guidance and help along the way from the financial professionals can also help [...]

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