Debt can be a heavy burden and can make it difficult to reach your financial goals. But with the right strategies, you can make progress in paying down your debt. Here are 9 quick ways to help you get started.Read More »
The last couple of years has presented a challenge regarding personal finance. The pandemic has brought troubles to the job market, upended the supply chain and healthcare costs, and more. Then 2022 has brought continued inflationary risks, overseas conflicts, and more.
Despite that, here are some solid reminders that can help you stay “fiscally fit,” no matter what external matters may be going on.Read More »
As the cost of goods and services has continued to soar across the world, many U.S. workers are finding themselves relying on side-hustle money more and more as a way to be able to make ends meet.Read More »
According to Merriam-Webster, one of the definitions of wealth is an abundance of valuable material possessions or resources. Per a new survey that recently came out, many Americans feel you need a lot of valuable material possessions – to the tune of $2.2 million – to be considered “wealthy.”Read More »
As mentioned in the previous post, there’s no reason that millennials can’t look forward to early retirement. If you’re one of the ones who have been able to accomplish this feat, you might be wondering, “what comes next?” I wanted to highlight this story from NextAdvisor in partnership with Time, that features Bernadette Joy, founder of Crush Your Money Goals, who have had to ponder just that.Read More »