So you just landed your first big job. Congrats! But what do you do now that you’re starting to earn some real money?
The findings are clear: your savings rate is more important than your rate of return. Returns matters, but saving more is key to reaching your goals.
You read that right: 2/3 of Americans are not saving in their 401k account, seriously limiting the ability of millions to retire. Don’t let that be you!
Spend wisely. You’ll hear that from all the financial blogs out there, and likely any other kind of blog. But what does it mean to spend wisely? And how can spending wisely make you more money?
I am getting married this summer and know a thing or two about the Money Talk. I’ll break down some Do’s and Don’ts along with sharing my experience so you can feel more comfortable about getting financially naked in front of your S/O.
I paid too much for my first car. Let me share my mistakes so you don’t make them also.
Let’s talk about what it means to be financially savvy and what it takes to get there. These 3 simple steps are a blueprint to financial competence.
Net worth – it’s likely that you have heard this term before. But do you know what it actually means?