Monthly Archives: June, 2009

Financial Health Steps – #30: Moving forward — NMBankruptcyBlog.com

This is the last in the series started here following a 30-step program in financial literacy over at the FinancialLiteracyMonth.com website. Here’s from their Step #30: Congratulations! Bravo! You’ve just spent more time and effort thinking about your finances and how you manage them than most people!  The site includes a form to help you […]

Financial Health Steps – #29: Appreciate the benefits — NMBankruptcyBlog.com

This is the second to last in the series started here following a 30-step program in financial literacy over at the FinancialLiteracyMonth.com website. Here’s from their Step #29: In addition to improving your financial situation, you may also find your money management skills can benefit other aspects of your life. Sometimes it’s hard to see […]

Financial Health Steps – #28: Assemble a financial team — NMBankruptcyBlog.com

This is the 28th in the series started here following a 30-step program in financial literacy over at the FinancialLiteracyMonth.com website. Here’s from their Step #28: Managing your finances can be like putting together a puzzle; all the pieces need to fit in order to be rewarded with the “big picture.”   Working with one or […]

Financial Health Steps – #27: Understand the cost of credit — NMBankruptcyBlog.com

This is the 27th in the series started here following a 30-step program in financial literacy over at the FinancialLiteracyMonth.com website. Here’s from their Step #27: It is important to carefully weigh your options before making a credit decision. The total cost of a loan can vary between credit providers based on such terms as […]

Financial Health Steps – #26: Protect yourself by performing financial check-ups — NMBankruptcyBlog.com

This is the 26th in the series started here following a 30-step program in financial literacy over at the FinancialLiteracyMonth.com website. Here’s from their Step #26: Being in charge of the family’s finances is an awesome responsibility.  In addition to providing your family with the basic necessities of life, you may feel responsible for their […]

Financial Health Steps – #25: Document your desired spending — NMBankruptcyBlog.com

This is the 25th in the series started here following a 30-step program in financial literacy over at the FinancialLiteracyMonth.com website. Here’s from their Step #25: Now that you have identified some areas where you would like to make some changes, it is time to revisit your Expense Worksheet. When you have to or want […]

Financial Health Steps – #24: Share a tip for change — NMBankruptcyBlog.com

This is the 24th in the series started here following a 30-step program in financial literacy over at the FinancialLiteracyMonth.com website. Here’s from their Step #24: When you identify ways to reduce spending, you are being honest with yourself about your finances.  Being honest with yourself and others about your finances will ensure your success. […]

Financial Health Steps – #23: Save money on groceries — NMBankruptcyBlog.com

This is the 23rd in the series started here following a 30-step program in financial literacy over at the FinancialLiteracyMonth.com website. Here’s from their Step #23: Saving money on groceries doesn’t have to be hard work. Making just some small changes can net big rewards to your pocketbook. Planning your weekly menu helps you buy […]

Financial Health Steps – #22: Identify ways to reduce spending — NMBankruptcyBlog.com

This is the 22nd in the series started here following a 30-step program in financial literacy over at the FinancialLiteracyMonth.com website. Here’s from their Step #22: To create a balanced budget or increase savings, most people will have to find a way to earn more or spend less. You can start small — bringing lunch […]

Financial Health Steps – #21: Document your spending — NMBankruptcyBlog.com

This is the twenty-first in the series started here following a 30-step program in financial literacy over at the FinancialLiteracyMonth.com website. Here’s from their Step #21: This worksheet will help you to identify expenses that can be reduced and prevent impulse spending.  The process may be time consuming, but it is vital to gaining control […]