5 Ways to Prepare for the Next Recession
How Financial Uncertainty Affects Families Where you affected by the government shutdown? Even if you weren’t, there is an important lesson in it for all of us. We all heard about the toll it was taking on families who where affected. Unfortunately, most of...Continue Reading
4 Steps You Should Take Prior to Starting a Business
Have you ever wondered if you are cut out for being an entrepreneur? The excitement of ditching the 9-5, working from home, or starting a side-hustle is something I’m sure you hear about almost every day. We hear about the digital nomads of the world - who work...Continue Reading
Why Freedom Matters – Especially With Our Money
History is filled with many examples of individuals fighting for freedom. This battle is as old as time. But why do we care so much about being free? Freedom is the right to choose or act according to one’s own desires – as long as those acts do not hurt or take...Continue Reading
Are You Living Your Dream?
Some of life’s most valuable lessons often come from unexpected places. This was true for me a couple of days ago when I was visiting the doctor. As we all know, one of the worst parts of visiting the doctor is the dreaded time spent in the waiting room. I always...Continue Reading
3 Common Retirement Mistakes to Avoid
In life there are many do-overs, unfortunately retirement is not one of them. There are ways we can make up for lost ground, but this can be difficult to do if we get too far behind. That being said there is no better time than the present to make sure you are...Continue Reading
Money and Marriage
The truth about managing finances inside of a marriage is that it can be extremely difficult. Even if you and your spouse are particularly good at it, I’m sure there are still times when it causes tension. I recently came across a few interesting statistics that...Continue Reading
Why Budgeting Usually Doesn’t Work
Let’s be honest, nobody likes budgeting – and those that do are a very unique breed. Statistics have shown that approximately 30% of households have a detailed budget. Polls can sometimes be misleading though because of our desire to look responsible when we are...Continue Reading
Should I Pay off My Debt or Start Investing?
How you respond to this question will likely determine how much wealth you are able to build. The answer is that it really depends on your situation, but there a few criteria to consider when trying to decide which path to follow. Paying off High Interest...Continue Reading