The start of summer is a great time to look at your finances, check your debt, get organized, and create a financial plan for the rest of the year.
DAY-TRADER, n. See IDIOT Lauded Wall Street Journal columnist, Jason Zweig doesn’t pull any punches. He believes that active trading is a fool’s errand, and that value investing is the only intelligent approach to stock market investing. In general, day traders make brokers rich while leaving themselves broker every day. We know this, so we tend to […]
Our list of 15 different tactics that you can use to save an extra $500 or more each month and boost your savings.
Clarity Money has the story right. Managing checking and credit accounts, bills and more is time consuming. Inconsistent incomes and lumpy bills turns financial management turns into a nightmare. And many people are struggling with it. The Clarity Money App wants to be the technological advocate that streamlines your finances. Their platform offers big savings opportunities. However, […]
A lot of the side hustles we discuss require a car, and that prevents a lot of people from doing them. And while it’s true that 95% of Americans own a car, that number has actually been declining in the last few years. With more people biking, using scooters, and taking public transportation, there is […]
There has been a lot of talk lately about the mega backdoor Roth IRA. For a long time, it was an unspoken secret used by retirement planners. However, the IRS released guidance that specifically addressed both backdoor Roth IRA conversions, and the so-called Mega Backdoor Roth IRA. As a result, it has gained even more popularity […]
The performing arts are my life! I have grown up in the world of music and theatre and it is in this discipline that I will be pursuing my college degree. My parents have always emphasized that an undergraduate education is necessary for long term success, but planning and saving money is a mandatory first […]
When I turned fifteen and had my first summer job, an idea popped into my head. I wanted to reach a goal of making $10,000 in high school. For a fifteen-year-old, I did not think it was possible, but I wanted to try. I always knew from a young age that due to the lack […]
We compare the most popular solo 401k options from providers such as Fidelity, Vanguard, Schwab, Etrade, and more to show you the best prices.
There are multiple ways to get student loan forgiveness for teachers, including PSLF, Teacher Loan Forgiveness, Perkins Forgiveness, and more.
Believe it or not, summer can be a really tough time for students to get jobs. Why? Because many employers look at the time frame the student can work (2-3 months), and then turndown student candidates. Why hire a student when there is someone else that would stay around for longer? Heck, it takes 1-2 […]
When Coca-Cola published its figures for the 1st quarter of 2017, there was a distinct lack of buzz. Net income attributable to shareholders declined by 20% to USD 1.18 billion, or 27 cents per share, compared to USD 1.48 billion and 34 cents per share in 2016. The cost of North American bottling operations weighed […]
Since I was a little kid, I had big dreams and a big personality. I always told my parents I was going to be the first female president or the CEO of a big company. My dad always repeats a story about me when I was six to show people that I have always been […]
The summer between my junior and senior year I worked practically nonstop. From July 3rd to August 25th I worked 7 days a week, at least 5 hours a day balancing between an internship and my first job as a lifeguard. On top of that I managed to save money by taking a free math […]
Ever since I was a little kid, I have acted as a mini entrepreneur. After receiving gifts of money for my birthday from relatives, I began to recognize the importance and meaning of money. I was given an electronic bank so that I would be encouraged to save my money, but I had the desire […]
I developed my side hustle at age 12 in the summer of 7th grade. At the time, I started to get really into the “sneakerhead” culture because the kids at my school would always be showing off their shoes. Naturally, I wanted to do more than just fit in so I begged my parents to […]