11 Bad Money Habits You Need To Stop Right Now

Success comes in many shapes and forms, and it certainly doesn’t happen overnight. But behind every successful woman are financial habits that keep her on track and keep her financially savvy. She knows exactly what her income is and where it comes from. A successful woman knows exactly how much money she has earned and […]

Women and Money: Four things to know

The first step to managing your money is getting comfortable talking about it. Women and men don’t have the same relationship to money. For one, women are likely to have less of it. While the wage gap between men and women is getting smaller. Women still earn less. As a result, women save less and […]

6 Ways To Save Money On a Tight Budget

When you’re already on a tight budget, it’s not easy to find additional ways to save money. But it’s always important to set aside at least a little for the future, no matter how much income you’re currently bringing in. Here are six ways you can save money even when you’re working hard to live […]

4 Financial Problems That Only Women Face

We’ve always been passionate about encouraging women to take an interest in their money, rather than taking it for granted or surrendering the responsibility to a partner. Having seen friends struggle to make ends meet when the unexpected happens, we know first-hand how important it is to have an independent understanding of finances. This is […]

Turn Your Financial Life Around

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Supamamas Turn Your Financial Life Around  Why do so many women delegate their financial security to a spouse or significant other and allow divorce or death to plunge them into poverty? Why do so many women spend more than they earn and become mired in debt? Most Financial Planners believe our problems with money are […]

SETTING FINANCIAL PLANS

The first step in personal financial planning is controlling your day-to-day financial affairs to enable you to do the things that bring you satisfaction and enjoyment. This is achieved by planning and following a budget. The second step in personal financial planning, and the topic of this article, is choosing and following a course toward […]

Do You Indulge in Impulse Spending or Over Spending?

Does your spouse or partner complain that you’re spending too much money? Does your closet contain lots of shoes or clothes that you almost never wear? Do you own every gadget known to man (or woman)? Do you come home from the mall with items you had no intention of buying? Do you spend money […]

4 Financial Tips For Expecting Parents

If you’ve just received the news that you are pregnant congratulations! And yes, you’ll need a solid financial plan and discipline because there’s about to be another mouth to feed. Many couples will want or need to move into a bigger space. The extent of many of your baby-related expenses will be controllable, as your […]

Saving for your children’s education

You want your children to have the best education possible, yet school and university expenses and fees can be costly. The money you spend on your kids’ education could be one of your family’s biggest expenses. Starting to save early will help your children have a high-quality learning experience: Work out how much money you […]

How smart women ruin their finances

The six most common financial mistakes we might find ourselves making are: Living on credit: unsecured consumer debt such as credit card debt, personal loans, and students loans is like a cancer. It starts small and then begins to grow. “If not treated aggressively, it can take over and do horrible things to your life. Living beyond […]