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Paco de Leon

Paco is the founder of The Hell Yeah Group, a mission-driven firm that helps creatives not freak out about finance through financial mentorship. She has focused her career on working with creative businesses doing business consulting, management, financial planning and wealth management.

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How to Travel on a Budget

Posted by Paco de Leon on 11/8/2017

Traveling is the new luxury and experiences are being commodified and sold through pictures online. Whether you’re making six figures or just starting out, you should always create a budget for your travels. The budget is relative. It’s relative to what you earn and how much you spend in other areas of your life.

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Topics: Travel

How To Make Summer The Season Of Saving

Posted by Paco de Leon on 8/14/2017

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Topics: Saving, saving money

How To Save: Start Small

Posted by Paco de Leon on 8/4/2017

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Topics: money management, Saving, saving money, Debt, Your Financial Life

Keep Summer Road Trips Cheap

Posted by Paco de Leon on 7/6/2017

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Topics: Saving, saving money, Travel

Retirement Savings Snowball: How Much Should You Save?

Posted by Paco de Leon on 5/3/2017

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Topics: Saving, Financial Planning, Retirement

Let's Talk About Your Credit Card Debt

Posted by Paco de Leon on 4/26/2017

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Topics: Financial Planning, Credit Cards, Debt

Spring Cleaning: Get Organized

Posted by Paco de Leon on 4/18/2017

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Topics: Saving, Financial Planning, Investing, Budgeting

5 Steps to Saving for a Car

Posted by Paco de Leon on 3/20/2017

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Topics: Down Payment, Financial Planning, saving money, Credit Scores, Debt, Auto Loans, Vehicle Loans, Insurance, Budgeting

Why You Need an Emergency Fund

Posted by Paco de Leon on 3/20/2017

There are plenty of people who don't have an emergency fund. In fact, nearly 30 percent of Americans don't, according to a report by NeighborWorks America.

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Topics: Saving, Financial Planning, saving money, Debt, Your Financial Life, Thoughts on Money, Budgeting

What things cost in 1937

Posted by Paco de Leon on 1/11/2017

We're 80! What did things cost in 1937, the year we were born?

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