What Smart Women Know About Money and Wealth Building


downloadBy: Krystle Crossman

Women should be in control of their finances and there are certain things they should know to order to gain that control. Here are 12 things that can help you to be in the best position with money as you possibly can:

1. Don’t wait until you have a crisis on your hands to invest money. Do it beforehand. Save money in advance so if a crisis comes along you will have that nest egg. During tough financial times you will not make irrational decisions and could make your situation much worse.

2. When you take charge of your finances you are taking charge of your life. You are empowering yourself and being independent.

3. Identify what is stopping you from learning about different aspects of money. If you have something going on in your life or a psychological issue that you can’t seem to work past that is stopping you, make sure you work on that before you try to learn any more about your financial future.

4. Think about building wealth, not earning a paycheck. Invest your money wisely and that money will grow and grow. Being wealthy is not about having a lot of money but rather being smart about what you do have.

5. Remember that you have to create your own financial freedom. Do not sit around and wait to find a husband, or a new job, or even winning the lottery. Make your own financial success and anything that comes after that will just add to it.

6. Get educated and become involved with where your money is going. Financial consultants are there to help you to figure things out, but don’t just hand your money over and trust that they will do what you want with it. Do the research first and be as involved as you can be with the decisions.

7. Talk to other financially successful women and get tips from them. Learn about the mistakes that they may have made and learn how to avoid them.

8. Learn about risk and what it means. If you are buying a stock short-term, fluctuations in the market can be devastating. However if you buy a stock long-term, the fluctuations may not mean much in the long run.

9. You don’t have to have a lot of money to start investing. You can take as little as $5 per check and throw it into a savings account. Obviously the more you save the better, but over time that will grow and turn into a sizable amount that you can begin to invest.

10. Don’t give up on investing your money. Stick with it and stay committed to building your wealth.

11. If you don’t understand it, do not invest in it until you do.

12. It doesn’t take that long to figure out different terms and to become educated on finances. Once you have it down you can begin to plan out your future.


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