Now that tax season is over, you're probably anxiously awaiting your refund and daydreaming about all the fun, frivolous ways you could blow it. Not so fast, my friend. Commit to spending your refund wisely and putting those dollars to work for you. Here are eight savvy suggestions!
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You’ve probably at least heard the term financial independence (FI) - young couples claiming they've quit working and are living entirely off of their savings and investment portfolio. But how do they do it?? Is it really possible?
The answer: Absolutely. It simply depends on how bad you want it and what changes you’re willing to make to get there...
In honor of April being Autism Awareness Month, Femme Frugality created a series about ABLE accounts. For part three of her series, she invited me to lend my professional insight on the investment options available in these vehicles, including specific examples of which options may be best suited for certain families.
We're a few weeks into 2017. By now you're either kicking a**, or you've entirely given up on the resolutions you set for yourself. Either way, it's a perfect time to focus on one of the areas we often forget about when setting resolutions: our finances.
So here are 17 financial resolutions to get you on track in 2017!
ReisUP was quoted in this Reuters column by Bobbi Rebell, author of How to Be a Financial Grownup, on Oct. 10, 2016!
For millennials, feeling like an adult may no longer be about starting a family and buying a house, but rather landing a job and not asking mom and dad for allowance anymore.
And How Money Bloggers Can Join Forces To Help You
My fellow investing educator, Eric at Black Market Exchange (BMEX), explained it best with a sports analogy. He said we’re all on the same team, it’s just that the debt decreasers and budget balancers play defense while we growth gurus play offense. To “win”, our viewers must learn how to do both.