Understanding the details of your credit score isn’t always easy. Read this post to bust or clear up some myths around credit and be more informed on why your credit score matters to you!
Your credit score is critical when it comes to lending – it’s your personal borrowing report card. Learn more about how credit scores work, and how you can improve yours to save more money
Have you ever experienced something that is counter-intuitive but actually worked very well? Many “social paradoxes” throw common sense right out the window! My favorite is “you experience true wealth by giving money away.” Learn why it’s so important here!
No one’s financial situation is perfect, including millennials. Learn about the seven biggest financial mistakes specific to millennials and how to improve your finances!
Many people never reach their full “financial potential” because they believe in some widely-accepted money myths. The problem with that is it leads to holding you back financially. The goal of this post is to set the record straight and debunk some of the top money myths.
“Should I pay down debt or invest?” It’s probably one of the most popular money-related questions out there. In Part 1 of this series we learned which option is best for you. Today, we’ll take this one step further and talk through some simple steps on how to actually do it. In this post I’ll explain the best way to pay down debt and ways for you to start investing.
“Should I pay down debt or invest?” It’s probably one of the most popular money-related questions out there. What if I were to tell you that making the right choice can save you thousands! And while simple, the decision does require some thought to be tailored to your situation. This post will be a comprehensive guide on how to make the best choice – whether pay down debt or invest.
Albert Einstein was an absolute genius. He described compound interest as “the eighth wonder of the world…He who understands it, earns it … he who doesn’t … pays it.” Compound interest is the most essential money lesson you’ll ever learn. Period. Read this post to see why it’s so important, and how it impacts your money – in both of good and bad way!
The makeup of the middle class has changed a lot over the past 20 years. Once a symbol of financial independence, the middle class is starting to fall behind financially. Learn about the seven biggest financial mistakes of the middle class and how to improve your finances.
Budgeting. The word makes people cringe. They don’t want to think about it, talk about it, much less learn about it… even if it’s one of the best things to improve your finances! I have to be honest though – if you see budgeting as restrictive, I think you’ve missed the point. You see, budgeting isn’t intended to be a set of hard rules. It’s supposed to be a personal map that leads to more freedom not less.