Money Management Center
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Want to build yourselt a rock-solid foundation so you can have the freedom to do more of the things you want in life?
This is the best first step to simplify your money.
Below you’ll get all the best info on creating a spending plan you actually want to stick to, how to keep your money organized, and what you should do with those pesky student loans.
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Table of Contents
- Money Management Center
- Budgeting and a spending plan
- Get your money organized
- Student loan center
- Our favorite money management resources
- Personal Capital
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- How Much Can You Earn Freelance Before Paying Taxes?
- CARES Act Summary for Self Employed, Small Businesses, and Everyone Else
- Paying-Off Student Loans in Full: 6 Lessons in Why
- How Long It Took To Pay Off My MBA Debt
- Is It Smart to Refinance Student Loans? 4 Questions to Ask Yourself
- Considering Going Back to Grad School at 30?
- The Ultimate Guide to Fun Money in Your Budget
- How to Budget Without a Budget
- 20 Fun Cheap Date Ideas You Can’t Miss
Budgeting and a spending plan
Have you tried budgeting, but after a few months you don’t find yourself sticking to it? Or maybe you’re just overwhelmed with the process? Let’s talk about setting up a spending plan that helps you intentionally spend money and save money in line with your goals. Yes, it’s like a budget , but better. Get started here.
Then, do these 4 steps to implement your budget for people who hate budgeting.
Start Simple Money Guide
Here at The Worth Project, we believe money should be simple. I’m excited to share with you a different, simple approach to money. Start Simple helped Jordan and me stop yo-yo-ing with our money. Download your free Start Simple money guide here.
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Get your money organized
Just like houses, as we get older our money life can get bigger and a lot messier. Retirement accounts, investment accounts, bank accounts, multiple credit cards…I could go on. If you crave organization — but you haven’t quite gotten there yet — download our free, 5 step guide to Managing Personal Finances PDF
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Student loan center
Have loans and you’re not quite sure what’s the best way to tackle them? Is student loan refinancing right for you? Or should you refinance again? Everything you need to know broken down to help you make the best decision for you. Read more.
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One of the best things that helped me climb out of six figures of student loan debt was refinancing. When I refinanced, SoFi was new on the scene and I didn’t know what to expect. My experience with them was fantastic. From responsive customer service to other perks (like career counseling), SoFi has you covered. And, once you are a member you are eligible for discounted rates for your other lending needs.
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Erica and Jordan at the The Worth Project have the goal of sharing their personal finance experience to help readers improve their financial lives. We regularly partner with companies that share that same vision. Some of the links in this post may be from our...
Should you pay off your student loans in full is a common debate. Paying off student loans can mean not saving or investing as much. What I learned from paying off my student loans in full was how to find balance, especially when a marriage is financially out of...
Considering going back to grad school at 30? I was in that boat. Back in 2009, I was pretty unhappy in my career and wanted to make a change. After going through the process below, going back to grad school was the decision I made. Fast forward to now having an MBA...
hate budgeting. As a CPA I shouldn’t say I hate budgets. But I do. So I use this system to budget without having a budget. I kinda love it.
Jordan and I met our senior year of college. Like most college students, we were completely broke. Our first date was to a movie that was showing on campus. Total cost? Approximately $15. His fun, cheap date ideas stole my heart. After moving to San Francisco our...