It is hard to turn on the news and not hear about the sluggish state of the economy, the low amount of job growth, how much debt the country is racking up... or how seemingly inevitable cuts will be coming to social security benefits in the future because of these factors... So … [Read more...] about Retirement Planning: Are You a Saver or Spender?
Millennials. We hear so much about the millennial generation: they are graduating college with huge amounts of debt; there are not enough jobs for this group of people who are now entering the workforce; they are giving up automobiles and taking the bus or riding a … [Read more...] about Millennials and Money: My Interview with Rachel Fox
April is Financial Literacy Month, so to highlight the importance of personal financial knowledge, I have gone to the experts for their best money advice. Financial literacy doesn’t have to be confusing or complicated. Anyone is capable of getting a handle on their … [Read more...] about Best Money Advice to Get You on the Road to Financial Freedom
Your relationship with your spouse is multi-faceted. Before you got married, you probably talked about the “important” things, such as, where you would live, how many kids you would want to have, jobs, even religion, but you may not have talked about budgeting and … [Read more...] about When NOT to Talk to Your Spouse About Finances
The Payday Savings Plan The payday savings plan enables consistent savings, sets aside money before it is spent on other disposable income items, and prioritizes savings as a part of your budget. You must plan to save money. It is just like the 52 week savings plan for those … [Read more...] about The Payday Savings Plan