If you’re a woman and need some help in the area of financial planning, take a look at this Nav.it review — is the app right for you?
Are you looking for a one-on-one coaching service that helps you with your finances? Take a look at this SmartPath review and discover one!
Did you double your salary? That’s great! But what should you do when you’re bringing in more money? Make these money moves!
Stratus is an app that can help you take action and get your finances under control. If you’re just starting out, this might be for you.
Here are our favorite money tips for the above average high school graduate – the person that wants to be in the 1% as fast as possible.
Want to find out how much your home is worth? Use these online tools to help you find out and track the value of your home.
While Quicken is a popular tool, there are so many great ways to manage your money online. Check out these best alternatives to Quicken.
Wondering if you should pay off your mortgage or boost your investments? This post breaks down which option would make more sense financially
The following blog post is part of The Road to Financial Wellness blog tour. The Road to Financial Wellness is a three-month, grassroots campaign promoting financial empowerment on a national level and encourages people to pursue their dream lifestyle. Find out more about local events near you. I’m going to be supporting the last stop in […]
Long term goals seem so daunting don’t they? When you’re starting from zero paying off $30,000 in debt or saving $500,000 for retirement can seem downright impossible. And not only that, but some long term goals, like saving for retirement or your child’s college education, are just boring. (Tell me I’m not the only one […]
You can call it whatever you want: complacency, small thinking, mental blocks, simply being lost. At one point or another, we’ve all fallen into the same trap. “I’m only making $30,000 per year and I can’t get out of my student loan debt.” “I know I need to save more, but I can’t find any […]
When you are in college, you have your entire life ahead of you. During this time, it can seem like you have plenty of time to plan out your financial future. Many college students are not worried about how they are going to buy a home, or what their retirement plans will look like. However, […]
Being young is great in many ways. But you don’t tend to have the wealth and financial sense that older, more experienced people have. And it’s easy to make decisions at this age which will make future wealth difficult to attain. If you are determined to make some respectable money in your lifetime, it’s important […]
September is Life Insurance Awareness month and this post is in partnership with TermLifeInsurance.com, which helps spread awareness of the importance of term life insurance. Learn more about how you can protect your family and your finances. Are you ready to take control of your financial future? You don’t need a financial advisor to develop […]
After college, its work that most fresh graduates look for. They move to cities where opportunities are abundant and easy to find. But this also means they need to look for a place to live. The wisest way to have a house is to rent a property. But leasing is not always the best option. […]
Are you financially equipped to enjoy each stage of your life as it unfolds? Can you honestly afford the common occurrences of things such as marriage and purchasing a home to retirement and even death? Have you thought that far ahead yet? If you’re honest with yourself chances are you’re nowhere near ready for those […]
As most young adults make the transition from living at home and going to school, to getting their own place and landing their first jobs; many of their parents are starting to make the transition from working full time to retirement. This can be a challenging time for both parties, but if you arm yourself […]
Planning your financial future can be vague, but here are some tools, questions, and resources to help you understand and plan for your money future.
I learned some tough money lessons in my 20s. I had credit card debt that was spiraling out of control. I was making unnecessary purchases. I was definitely not saving money. I learned all of these lessons the hard way. The very hard way. I recently turned 30, and the next chapter awaits: preparing for […]
Here’s an interesting question from a reader, and I would love to know your thoughts: I grew up in a lower-middle-class suburb of a big city, where my father worked in consulting for most of my childhood. We had a very comfortable lifestyle, and my parents became accustomed to living like money grew on trees. […]
Here are seven investment ideas for your tax refund that can help you grow your money over time.
When you’re forging your financial path through life, you also have to decide on what your non-financial life is going to look like. Then build your financial life around that.