IRAs, ROTH IRAS, 401(k)s… the list goes on. There are many different kinds of retirement accounts and without proper knowledge you could easily get overwhelmed, or worse leave money on the table!
Budgeting is HARD At first glance, you might think it doesn’t sound too bad, track the in…track the out… compare. But when you really think about how often you exchange money, it quickly becomes daunting. Different people have different strategies, I talk about using excel […]
Happy New Year! The start of a new year signals the rush of new faces to the gym, more people elbowing you in the organic aisle in the grocery store and new lofty savings goals. We all know we can be very ambitious with these […]
This past week flew by! Summer in Chicago is so busy, there is always something to do, hopefully when fall rolls around I’ll have a stricter schedule. For now here’s week 3:
This topic actually came to me in a conversation with my mom. She was worried that my younger brother (22) has no credit and no foreseeable need in the direct future. I suspect this is a problem that a lot of young people have. After […]
Bear vs. Bull, what are they? “Bear” and “Bull” are used to describe market trends. You will often hear the term “bear-market” or “bull-market”. They are used to describe how the market is moving-up or down. They really describe how investors are feeling about the […]
Have you ever been asked: What book has made you smarter? For me, the answer to that question is Guns Germs and Steel. I love when I get to talk about a good non-fiction book and Guns Germs and Steel by Jared Diamond is one […]
How do you know when to move money to savings? How do you know what balances to keep in you’re checking account? When I first started out budgeting and working on my own personal finance journey, I googled these questions as well. I was looking […]
Too often I see budgeting or personal finance advice along the lines of cutting your daily coffee or treat from the vending machine every day. In reality, there are much more efficient ways to save that don’t force you to cut out the little things […]
If I had a dollar for every time I heard something along the lines of “millennials never carry cash” I’d have a bunch of cash I wouldn’t want to carry.