Gold watches, a fat pension and a beach house in Florida. Your grandparents’ generation spent their lifetime paying the bills, raising your parents and saving for retirement. They put in 40 years of hard work to spend their golden years in comfort and security. Keep reading
We live in a great nation.
One of the strongest and wealthiest in the world. And though the great recession knocked us down, we were never out for the count. We took extraordinary measures to save our banks and what has emerged from that effort, and been a long time coming, is a new way to think about our money. Keep reading
Have you ever opened your closet and been buried under an avalanche of clothing? Do you park your car in the driveway because the garage is full of things you don’t remember buying? Do you sometimes find a never worn piece of clothing with the tags still attached? Has your “junk” drawer slowly become a “junk” desk and is now an entire “junk” room? Keep reading
There are millions of places to learn about money. Newspapers, blogs, podcasts, and books – just to name a few. But these will never, ever be able to give you the full story. Keep reading
If you received a raise tomorrow, what would you do with the extra money?
Most people would celebrate—maybe with a nice dinner out or a great bottle of wine, which you deserve. However, earning more should not always change your current or long-term spending habits. Keep reading