Achieve Financial Success with These Five Traits of Olympic Athletes



Have you been watching the 2018 Winter Olympics in PyeongChang? It’s inspiring to see the world’s best athletes achieve their dreams. Whether I’m watching first-time Olympians or three-time Gold medalists, I’ve noticed we can learn a lot from these athletes to help us achieve success in many aspects of our lives, including our financial goals. But don’t worry! Athletic ability is not one of the Olympic traits you need for a successful financial future. It’s about the mindset they have to accomplish their goals. Take a look at these traits, practice them, and you’ll be on the right path to financial success.

How to Break Up with Your Subscriptions



As we enter the season of heart-shaped chocolates and Mylar balloons, an unavoidable anxiety sinks in the stomachs of those who realize their relationships are coming to an end. With sweaty palms and shaky hands, I whisper, “I love you, I’m just not in love with you,” as I click the Cancel Subscription button. Yes, the time has come. I’m breaking up with my subscriptions. Ending a subscription service isn’t easy. Nevertheless, these services can often chip away at budgets and detract from long-term savings goals. To take a step toward a more positive financial future, consider following this three-step breakup process.

I Received My W-2. Now What?



Tax season has arrived! If you are employed, you’ve most likely received your 2017 W-2 by now, which means you can start filing your taxes. Regardless if you’re working with a professional, filing your taxes online by yourself, or if you’re a tax-filing expert, it’s important to do these three things before filing.

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