Just graduated from college? Congratulations! Now it’s time to figure out your “real world” personal finances. To help, here are 6 money tips for new college grads.
If you’re trying to increase your own money savvy, here are eight ways to learn more about money and become better with your personal finances.
Need help figuring out which financial steps to take this year? Wondering whether to prioritize budgeting, investing, or saving for retirement? Here are eight money moves to help you reach your financial dreams in 2019.
Are the recent swings in the stock market making you nauseous? Read this article for tips on how to not panic during a market crash!
Money is the currency of life and often an integral factor in achieving our big picture goals. So make sure to set some financial resolutions to go along with your health, fitness, and lifestyle goals in 2019!
Part 1: It's All Relative
A friend emailed me a while ago with some questions about her retirement plan. She went on to say that her account returned 8.6% last year, which “seems low”, then asked “Is it?” And finally, ended her email with “HELP ME, I KNOW NOTHING!”
To help you understand what is and is not considered a "good" investment return, I'll be answering her questions in a four-part series. Click "Read More" for Part 1.