Financial Structure

The right side of a firm's balance sheet, detailing how its assets are financed, including debt and equity issues.

Introduction to Budgeting

Learn how to get your financial house in order. Here we describe the overall approach we recommend: choose a system, calculate your current income and expenses and compare the two, set specific goals and monitor your progress as you work toward them.


Have extra money lying around? This article tells you why you should save and how much you should save, with specific emphasis on creating an emergency fund, and when to invest in high-risk, high-return ventures.

Goals and Progress

Continuing the discussion of our simple 7 step budgeting process, this article includes information on how to set goals, and consequently how to achieve them.


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