Ever needed some extra money quickly but didn’t know where it was going to come from? A lot of people experience this feeling and you don’t really want to go into debt just for a $40 purchase. I always tell people that one of the easiest and quickest ways to earn extra money is to
If you’re a Baby Boomer who’s talking to your parents or an older friend about retirement worries, you’d better tread lightly. They likely believe things weren’t all that easy for them, either. And, of course, they did face some risks. But you’re right if you think it’s more complicated for your generation. The defined-benefit plans
$1,000. A grand. One large. No matter how you say it, $1,000 sounds like a lot of money. Thinking about saving that much may feel overwhelming. But instead of worrying about where you’re going to find $1,000 to set aside, we recommend taking baby steps toward the full amount, over a period of six months.
Many Americans have little to nothing at all saved up. In the event of any emergency, most people just don’t have any resources to weather the blow. That’s pretty much an open secret, though. After all, those living paycheck to paycheck and struggling to get by often find that building a cushion from scratch is
It’s easy to confuse saving with investing, but knowing the difference between the two can empower you to make a huge impact on your finances — and your financial future. Saving Out of all the financial steps to take, this is the most important one. The act of saving builds the foundation necessary for investing
#SquadGoals. #HairGoals. #InvestmentGoals? Okay, maybe the latter isn’t trending on your social media feeds, but maybe it should. Maybe you think investing or investment goals are things only people your parents’ age need to think about, but they’re actual game-changers if you can get your head around them while you’re still young. That may sound