Earlier this month I went on a guys trip to Las Vegas. We usually go once a year and try our hand at the blackjack tables. This may be an interesting statement coming from a finance blogger, but let me explain…
There are many different budget and retirement trackers on the market, and many charge ridiculous fees to use their services. I am not a proponent for paying for something you could get for free, so that is why I want to talk about a free tracker that I personally use to evaluate my finances.
How much money do you make? Many people place their value on how much money they earn each year. What if I told you that the majority of high income earners, over $200K a year, are not wealthy? Today we will discuss why wealth and income is not the same thing.
You have a ton of debt and you got lucky this month and have an extra $500.00 lying around. What should you do with it? Your gut may say put it towards your debt. Unless you have done these two things, putting it towards debt is the wrong decision!
As we near the end of this year and the beginning of 2019, many of us start to think about new year’s resolutions. We think about what we could improve upon and focus our time and ambition on those goals.
More than likely you have a few questions each year about what to do about your current debt, retirement, tax refund and raises. In this article, I will give you some insight as to how to get the ball rolling in your favor to take advantage of your income!