There was one single thing that surprised me more than anything else when I finally decided to get my financial life in order. After I put together a detailed financial plan and took just a few small steps forward, I immediately felt many of the benefits of
I started writing this blog post on the flight back to the U.S. back in January. News of the novel coronavirus spreading throughout China prompted us to return, and naively we thought we would be able to wait out the health situation for a few weeks and
Did you know that this time of year is great for tax planning? For me, back-to-school time is just as much the start of a new year as January 1st. With three kids in school, I can finally catch up on some things! Previously, I shared how
In Part I, we talked about organizing a cash flow system to track your income and spending according to your values and goals, while minimizing time spent doing so. In Part II, I shared my own system for organizing financial paperwork and documents. I highly recommend using
I’m Kathryn Hanna-wife, mother of 3 and a Certified Public Accountant. I love to budget (really, I do!) , build spreadsheets and spend money on travel, sewing supplies and good chocolate.