The investing world has its own set of terms that you often learn with experience. To build your confidence as an investor, this post outlines some of the most popular (and useful) investment terms. After reading this, you’ll not just know what they are, but also why they’re essential in finance.
To reach some of the most prominent goals, you need to be intentional, focused and consistent in your approach. You and your money are no different. Changing investment ideas often can result in a lot of challenges! Learn how to be a better investor by taking a long-term approach here!
My wife and I spent $4K on travel when money was tight. Sounds strange, right? Not when you weigh it against the life lessons and impact that it had on us. Learn why sometimes it’s worthwhile to spend money to develop yourself and help those in need!
Many of us who are married or living together know that money is an important issue that comes up in relationships. Get started with a strong foundation and be sure to talk through these money topics when you’re married!
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!
“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.