Starting on the right path as a young family is important. Many are getting first jobs that pay decent money, finding partners, and maybe …
Even though I was making a decent salary for the first time in my life I decided to keep living like a broke student for as long as possible.
Fortunately, I only dealt with one terrible boss. It was an awful time in my life, but it made me stronger, smarter, and willing to take risks. I learned to go big or go home, and that taking risks is always better than being complacent and miserable.
I don’t have the greatest self-control in the world. It’s a problem. But, it’s something I know about myself, so I can do something about it.
Through Bravely, Kara has created a community that gives self-identified women the financial tools needed to bridge the gap between their dreams and realities.
I spent 7 years working in finance and managed a $1.3 billion portfolio — here are the 5 best pieces of investing advice I can give you
We can set our investment targets, assess our risk, and make our plans. We can hope nothing goes wrong. But we’ll all face at least one day when the market, or life, moves against us.
When you sit down and look at the numbers, it can be shocking to see just how much homeownership costs you over the years.
Megan is a Certified Financial Planner (CFP), Certified Public Accountant (CPA) and the Director of Financial Planning at Motley Fool Wealth Management. She’s a tax guru and is here to teach us some basics of tax planning!
I’m not begrudging anyone their beverage of choice, but am suggesting we could all be more mindful when deciding what to drink.
Having a paid off mortgage could make things much less stressful if you’re in full on crisis mode. You might even think of paying of your mortgage as part of your emergency action plan.
Take account of those people and places that your corporate job is keeping from you and keep that motivation front and center!
I prefer the hybrid method of the debt bonfire, because I want to utilize every available method and take advantage of the best aspects of each one. If you find yourself making exceptions to the debt snowball or debt avalanche method, maybe it’s time to admit that you should be creating your own plan too!
If you have appreciated assets in taxable accounts you should consider tax gain harvesting.
Happy Black Friday! As the hustle and bustle of the holiday shopping season officially starts, here are a few of the best posts about …
The abundance has led to us being fearful, resentful, greedy, spoiled, unappreciative, entitled, and ultimately unhappy. There’s only one solution to this bizarre and unique 21st-century, 1st-world dilemma: gratitude.