I want 2016 to be amazing and I know you do too. Part of what I am trying to do differently this year to make it so is to take a great book and really focus, week by week, on one thing from the book that I think will make a big difference and actually
I didn’t start my career as a financial planner, so I bumbled and stumbled my way along my financial journey making LOTS of money mistakes. The worst one was a mindset of “it’s only 5 bucksy; it’s only 10 bucks; it’s only 3 bucks.” It only adds up and up and up, though, and that’s
We all want freedom and we all hate taxes so let’s see how we can use some tax advantages to help fund our “freedom from work” fund. This is a topic I talk about extensively in my book so I thought I would provide you with an excerpt from The Graduate’s Guide to Money to
I had a blast during the webinar today. Thank you to Bill at Jobs 4 Grads (Jobs 4 All) for hosting me!
Retirement is that far-away time when we have magically accumulated enough money that we never have to work again. Retirement is far away; “I’ll never be that old,” “I have plenty of time to think about that later.” “Retirement is for my grandparents; that doesn’t have anything to do with me.” Those are the typical
The phrase “it’s only 5 bucks” is the financial equivalent of a leaky faucet in your bathroom; it doesn’t seem like that little drip can add up to much until you plug the sink and see how fast it fills! You can build up to a $1,000 credit card balance, 5 bucks at time. The
Here is a great video that the very talented Eli Goodstein created. Thanks, Eli! Watch it now! – it’s super short but gets to the heart of my top financial tips. To your financial success!