Creating Personal Wealth: 7 Resources Every Business Woman Should Know About

Being a woman in the business world can be rough, and you need to prove yourself every time you turn around. One thing that will show that you are successful is your personal wealth. In order to achieve great personal wealth, you need to use all of the tools at your disposal to save money. The more you can save, the better your personal wealth is going to be.

 

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Here are some of the best online tools that can help you save money and become wealthier in your own right.

  1. Walla.by
     

    Do you have a lot of credit cards, and use them frequently? If so, Walla.by can help you get the most out of your credit card purchases by learning to use them in a smarter way. For instance, this tool will help you learn how to get cash back and all kinds of other rewards, optimize savings, and make you a much more savvy spender.

     
     

     
     
  2. Quicken Personal Finance
     

    There are all kinds of money management sites and software available. But, if you’re looking for the best, and one that is absolutely free, Quicken Online is the site for you. You’ll be able to track all of your spending so you can see exactly where you’re spending your money. Then, you can use this information to change your spending habits and save more money.

  3. IVA-Advice.co (Available in the UK only)
     

    If you have a lot of debt and owe several creditors, that situation can get pretty stressful after a while. With an IVA, all you have to do is make one monthly payment, and a qualified legal professional will take care of making all of the little payments for you. When you do this for 60 months without missing a payment, all of your outstanding balances will be written off, and you will be free of debt.

  4. FlexScore
     

    How healthy are your finances? If you aren’t sure of the answer to this question, then it’s time that you check out FlexScore. This is a tool that will let you compare your current financial situation with your peers’ financial situations. You’ll get loads of awesome free advice on how to boost your score, and there are great articles and videos on topics like budgeting, savings, personal finance, and much more. You can sign up for free, and you’ll receive a comprehensive financial analysis.

     
     

     
  5. Buxfer
     

    If you share expenses with friends, roommates, family members, etc., and you want to keep track of the money you owe and what is owed to you, check out Buxfer. This tool will help you split all kinds of expenses, from rent to group dinners. It’s also a great money management tool that can be used to track your own personal expenses.

  6. TurboTax
     

    No one likes to do their taxes, but it’s a necessary evil that we all must face each year. Why not make the whole process easier, and do your taxes online with the help of TurboTax? This software is made by Intuit (creators of Quickbooks and Quicken), a company that is well-known and trusted in the financial software industry.

  7. Dave Ramsey
     

    When you need help from a personal finance expert, Dave Ramsey is one of the best to turn to. His website has all of the information that you could ever need, and includes such things as podcasts, personal finance classes, newsletters, financial calculators, budgeting forms, and many other tools.

 

 
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