A Great Guide to Organizing Your Finances
Undertaking a project as complex as getting your finances in order can be daunting and overwhelming, but "One Year to an Organized Financial Life" is a great resource that helps make organizing your money much more achievable.
Creating a Financial Organizing System
This year, don't wait until early April to try to get your finances in order. Investing in creating and maintaining a basic financial organizing system that works for you will pay excellent dividends: less stress, more time, and perhaps even more savings.
Four Steps to Organized Giving
Donating to worthy causes is a great way to help others in need and to support your values and priorities. Use these four steps to make sure your giving is as organized, stress-free, and impactful as it can be.
Get a Jump on This Year's Tax Prep
Give yourself a break come April by spending a few minutes a day this month getting your tax-related papers and files in order. You'll thank yourself at tax time! Here's how to get started.
Get Organized to Save Money
In the midst of the latest woes in the financial world, many of us are looking for ways to cut spending and gain more control over our money. Getting organized can help put you in charge of your personal finances again. Here's how
My Organized Life´s Finance Zone [offsite link]
My Organized Life offers organizing articles and tips in five different zones; the Finance zone features information and advice on how to make the most of your money while enjoying life.
One Year to an Organized Financial Life [offsite link]
Professional Organizer Regina Leeds and financial advisor Russell Wild walk you month-by-month through the process of creating a better relationship with your finances.
Organize Your Financial Documents [offsite link]
This article from TD Canada Trust features fillable and printable forms that allow you to record information on your accounts, financial advisors, and financial goals.
Organize Your Personal Finances in No Time [offsite link]
Debbie Stanley´s Organize Your Personal Finances in No Time breaks down the processes of budgeting, expense tracking, storing financial papers, and being a smart shopper. Her suggestions are realistic and easy to follow.
Organized Bill Paying
Paying bills may never be fun, but the process doesn't need to be a painful one. Getting organized can make it easier to keep on top of bills, pay them on time, and keep your sanity.
Organizing Finances for Married Couples [offsite link]
This article offers tips and recommendations on keeping your finances organized while keeping peace with your spouse. The hosting Web site, Insurance.com, also features articles on a variety of other fiancial organizing topics.
Organizing for Tax Season
Take some of the sting out of tax season this year by getting yourself organized before you file. Put these tips to use to make the process of preparing and filing your return more orderly and less stressful.
Organizing Your Finances Online [offsite link]
The Web offers tons of tools and services that can help make keeping track of your finances easier, less painful, and less paper-ridden. This article, at Bankrate.com, features tips on online banking, bill paying, and more.
The Link Between Money, Stuff, and Respect
Is there a connection between how you spend your money, how you view your stuff, and how you respect yourself? There is--and it's greater than you might think.
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