4 Money Tips I Wish I Would Have Known In My 20’s

Money Tips in 20's

The average 20 something year-old has more than $30,000 in student loan debt and who knows how much more debt.* That’s a crazy amount of debt and a lot of them will not be able to pay it back based off the job they get anytime soon. While my debt was only a car loan…

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4 Step Plan to Get What You Want Financially

4 Step Plan to Get What You Want Financially

Feeling like there’s not enough money left over at the end of the month? Feel like you’re never getting ahead? Want to save and invest, but don’t know where to start? These are struggles for a lot of people. i’ve made a quick, simple plan to help overcome these struggles. Step 1 – Set a…

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Irregular Income Budgeting Made Easy

Budgeting with Irregular Income

Trying to budget with inconsistent or irregular income can be tricky sometimes. There’s a lot of entrepreneurs or service based jobs that don’t provide that consistent 2-week paycheck. If you don’t know what your income will be each month, the below formula can seem difficult: Income – Expenses = Difference SInce we don’t know what…

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6 Important Questions to Ask Your Financial Advisor

Questions to ask financial advisor

You may have a financial advisor, but don’t really know if he’s doing a good job for you or not. I used to have a financial advisor and we would talk about my goals and what I was planning on purchasing in the future and when I wanted to retire. Those were all great questions,…

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Simplify Your Money Process

Simplify Your Money Process

Life is so much easier when it’s kept simple. Sometimes we don’t realize how much we’re over-complicating things, until we’ve already done it. It’s like when we’re dating someone and we start to analyze everything. He didn’t call me at 5 today, but he did yesterday. He usually texts me at night, but he skipped…

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How Investing Today Could Make You $100,000 in One Year

Investing Could Make You 100k

People say investing is scary or overwhelming, but I say what’s really scary is NOT investing. The longer we put off investing, the less money we are actually making (and I’m not talking about trading time for money, this is your money making you money). Let’s talk about making your money make money for you…

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3 Legit Reasons I Like Investing in Individual Stocks

Paper Asset Investing Series: Post #5 This is the last post in my paper asset investing series (essentially stock market investing)! I hope they’ve been helpful in gaining a better understanding about investing in the stock market. You can check out the other 4 posts here: Post #4: 401k, IRA, Roth – Which Is Best…

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5 Vital Pieces for Your Wealth Creation Foundation

Wealth Creation Foundation

I’m going to be creating a series on ways to increase/create/build your wealth, but I want to make sure you have a full understanding for the foundation of wealth. We don’t want to just jump into building wealth when we don’t have a foundation for it. You know the saying, something like, the house that…

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3 Surprising Reasons Budgeting is Fun and Not Fearful

Budgeting is fun not fearful

There’s a stigma that goes with budgeting. It’s something people dread doing or are even fearful of doing. People think it’s a waste of time and can’t even stand thinking about budgeting, but really, it’s not that bad (I actually like it, surprise, surprise…). A lot of times people are fearful of the unknown, but…

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2 Most Important Expenses Every Budget Should Have That Actually Helps Achieve Wealth

2 Most Important Expenses to Put in Budget

As I mentioned in my previous post, budgeting helps us reach our financial goals. When we tie our budget to our financial goals we can know how much we should be putting where. Tying our budget to our goals is the beginning step. The next step is making sure you are allocating money toward those…

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