If you lost your job or are a recent college grad looking to start your career, you have no choice but to shake things up and reconsider how you hunt for a job. If you get creative and stay determined, there’s no reason why you can’t make lemonade out of all these 2020 lemons.
In the wake of so many jobs being lost and the economy being so shaken, the 401(k) conversation becomes even more prescient. What do you do with your retirement account if you just lost your job?
In this post, I’m going to start with the basics, from the definition of consolidation, and then covering some of the greyer areas that have people struggling with debt management. By the end, you should have a clear idea of how to handle those outstanding balances, if they indeed need to be handled.
An important step in understanding and engaging in the FIRE movement is to acknowledge that there isn’t a silver bullet. You won’t sniff around, learn a secret password and suddenly have all the money you need to live job-free forever. Instead, you’ll learn of aggressive strategies for turning the money you have now into the income for your future.
Anyone interested in maximizing returns on investments ought to have a few wild cards in their portfolio. If you have any intention of building your wealth in 2020, I’d encourage you to consider any or all of the following.
I’m going to talk about the five most popular renovation financing options and take shots at all of them. I want for you to pay for it responsibly so you can actually enjoy the house of your dreams.
While New Year’s resolutions run the gamut of wishes and wants, I’m going to discuss three main categories: Finance, Fitness, and the Future.
If the holiday hustle has you feeling broke and overwhelmed, don’t sit around and wallow in it. Take action, save money, and start next year out on the right foot.
As your days as an employee come to a close and you start thinking about the trips you’ll take and the golf you’ll play, put aside some time to rethink your investment strategy.
While these tips are to be delivered to teens, my hope is to help parents understand how to convey them effectively
If your credit is fair to excellent and you pay off the balance promptly to avoid interest charges, the following cards could have you living large without really changing how you live.
Loans come with different terms and structures, which plays a large part in the overall confusion and struggle of student borrowers. I’m listing three different tactics people use when trying to reduce their burden, and at least one of them should provide the right option for you.
It takes a concerted effort to save and invest these days, but I have confidence that this generation - which now makes up more than 50% of the workforce - can conquer modern financial challenges. Here are a few ways to make it happen.
To be very clear, I’m a fan of value investing. I think it’s wise to target stocks that seem underappreciated. I also think “value investing” causes a lot of people to miss out on valuable investments.
It’s hard to account for everything that needs to go into a budget. After you tick through the obvious items, you have to start thinking about all those items that walk the line between want and necessity.
It’s pretty easy for me to argue in favor of giving back to the community. I believe tithing is one of our most important responsibilities, using the means we earn to improve the world around us.