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Andrzej Fesnak
Master Trainer, European Financial Consultant®, journalist, speaker, motivator, licensed real estate broker
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Andrzej Fesnak 22h
When you have just started a new job, or are dissatisfied with the current job, or you’re coping with unemployment and have debts to repay, financial planning may be the last thing on your mind...
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Andrzej Fesnak Jan 14
Thinking a lot about money would be fine if by thinking more about it we were able to make better decisions. 
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Andrzej Fesnak Jan 13
Shop around for better bank accounts, credit cards, and mortgages.
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Andrzej Fesnak Jan 12
It’s worth it to pay professionals to help you with things you don’t know how to do and will put off until it’s too late.
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Andrzej Fesnak Jan 11
A handy guide on how to save money... Where To Start With Sorting Out Your Finances
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Andrzej Fesnak Jan 10
Known as “The Financial Motivator,” personal finance expert Ash Exantus aka Ash Cash found inspiration in the modern Jay-Z classic, and decided to turn it into a financial self-help book -'The Wake Up Call.
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Andrzej Fesnak Jan 10
This is not sufficient but a very good approximation to the idea of Financial Plan!
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Andrzej Fesnak Jan 9
Kakeibo -- pronounced Kah-kay-boh -- means household financial ledger in Japanese, and is a way to make big-picture saving goals while monitoring your spending on a daily basis. 
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Andrzej Fesnak Jan 8
If financial planning is on your agenda this year, then below are a few tips and suggestions to read over whilst munching on that uninspiring celery stick.
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Andrzej Fesnak Jan 5
Moneycontrol sought the views of some leading personal finance and investment advisors on what they feel should be the basics steps every individual should take in the New Year to manage their personal finances and built wealth.
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Andrzej Fesnak Jan 5
Most financial experts agree that credit-score talks and decisions like possibly merging your finances all should be addressed before the I do’s.
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Andrzej Fesnak Jan 5
No one likes budgeting, but managing cash flow is the backbone of any decent financial plan.
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Andrzej Fesnak Jan 4
Spending less money was in a three-way tie for most popular New Year goals, along with eating better and exercising more, with 37 percent of people hoping to keep more money in their bank accounts.
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Andrzej Fesnak Jan 2
Senior population will continue to grow, and this will place more responsibility on children to provide various types of support for aging parents.
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Andrzej Fesnak Jan 2
We would not allow a young person to get in the driver's seat of a car without requiring driver's education, and yet we allow our youth to enter the complex financial world without any related education
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Andrzej Fesnak Jan 1
If you follow these rules and tips, you will have an improvement in your financial condition over the coming year...
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Andrzej Fesnak Dec 31
It’s time to dust off your vision board, dig up your goals list and step over the remnants of last year’s resolutions.
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Andrzej Fesnak Dec 30
Use the New Year as an opportunity to look at your expenditure and update it where necessary Beat the Christmas cash blues
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Andrzej Fesnak Dec 29
What will happen with some key issues in 2018 that will directly impact your personal financial well-being?
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Andrzej Fesnak Dec 28
Read on for an article by Shaunna Privratsky with ten steps to give your finances a check up and make sure they are as healthy as can be!
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