Financial Excellence

22 Jun Myths vs. Truths – The Truth About Joint Bank Accounts

- Exposing the false beliefs of the financial world Myth: Keeping separate bank accounts is a smart way to protect yourself and avoid money fights with your spouse. Truth: Keeping separate bank accounts breeds distrust and helps separate spouses by encouraging money fights. Here's why: When you have one joint account, it forces you to talk about the money and where it is going. There is an element of accountability when you know your spouse will find out if you bought something. When you know that accountability is there, you won't buy something that you know you shouldn't buy.
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19 Jun Book Review: Rich Dad, Poor Dad

What books are you reading to improve your situation in life? I recommend Rich Dad, Poor Dad by Robert Kiyosaki. Robert does a great job explaining how to change your outlook on your possessions (assets) and encourages you to start looking for ways to make...

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