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A Month-by-Month Guide to Accomplishing Your 2017 Financial Goals

A Month-by-Month Guide to Accomplishing Your 2017 Financial Goals

New Year’s resolutions are fundamentally flawed.

This idea of doing something for an entire year is both daunting, unpractical and, frankly, a little boring.

So let’s try something new in 2017. We’re going to take a single resolution – getting your finances in order – and break it up into 12, easy-to-accomplish, month-long goals.

By setting up a series of manageable tasks, you’ll be able to make real month-by-month progress while staying motivated and mindful of the big picture. Because, really, what good is starting something if you can’t finish it?

“The Finances of Being Female” Panel Discussion

“The Finances of Being Female” Panel Discussion

With the rise in popularity of personal finance blogs and sites, women have more educational resources available to them than ever before. And many of these sites know that women need personalized financial advice that speaks to their individual needs – not just blanket rules for becoming a millionaire in a male-dominated world.

Queue our first Facebook Live and an honest discussion with the women who aim to help others make better financial decisions.

Seven Financial Wins to Grab at Work

Seven Financial Wins to Grab at Work

What would you prefer more of: cash or Facebook memes? If it’s the former, I have good news for you. In the amount of time you spend tweeting and sharing and insta’ing during your work break, you could be pumping up your wealth instead! (And by “work break,” I mean anytime between 9-5 when you’re “working.”)

We all need a brain break from the office at times. Instead of spending it aimless scrolling through social media or online shopping, rock your wallet in 30 minutes or less by accomplishing these seven financial wins (and then get back to work!)

5 Credit Cards to Use if You Uber Everywhere

5 Credit Cards to Use if You Uber Everywhere

The sharing economy has been growing rapidly over the past several years. Start-ups like Uber, Lyft and Gett are providing everyone easier-to-use alternatives to cab companies. By being able to add your credit card information directly into an app, you can pay for your ride without even pulling out your wallet.

Many credit card issuers offer extra rewards on shared rides. Of course, you’ll want to pay these rides off in full; otherwise, those extra points will get eaten by interest. And you’ll want to read the fine print of any card you’re considering to be sure it’s a good fit for your wallet. Finally, you’ll want to check your credit. Most rewards credit cards require good credit to qualify, and you don’t want to risk a hard inquiry, just to receive a rejection.

With that in mind, here are five credit cards to consider if you Uber everywhere.