How to save $5000 by the end of 2020

Saving money is tough when you have so many other uses for those precious dollars. Debt, child care, education, vacation, you name it. We tend to come up with excuses as to why we are not saving. The reality is, we absolutely need to. We picked $5000 because the median household income for the U.S.Continue reading “How to save $5000 by the end of 2020”

Financial Landscape Changes Starts With The Individual

“Do not spend all your strength to make money.” — Lailah Gifty Akita The financial crisis in regards to consumer spending that the U.S. and much of the first world nations face can be mitigated at some level. First, lets point out the fact that the there is a huge difference in spending between generations. SecondContinue reading “Financial Landscape Changes Starts With The Individual”

Top 5 Smart Home Devices That Will Help You Save

It’s easy to just set up automatic payments on our bills and not think twice about them; but when it comes to our dreaded monthly energy bills, there are a ton of things we can do to cut costs. I was looking for some innovative tools to help a client manage their air bnb, andContinue reading “Top 5 Smart Home Devices That Will Help You Save”

Top 5 Investment Apps For Millennials

1. Robinhood It provides 100% commission-free stock, options, ETF and cryptocurrency trades, and its account minimum is $0 too. Mutual funds and bonds aren’t supported, and there’s only one account option. Still, if limiting costs is your No. 1 concern, Robinhood is a solid choice. 2. Fundrise The company’s main products are real estate investmentContinue reading “Top 5 Investment Apps For Millennials”