4 Tips on Prioritizing Debt Payoff and Savings

We all want to be more responsible with our money. While that sounds great in theory, it can get confusing once you start to break things down. Emergency funds, savings funds and debt all need to be addressed regularly, but trying to figure out a consistent method leaves some paralyzed with indecision. One of theContinue reading “4 Tips on Prioritizing Debt Payoff and Savings”

5 Lucrative Ways to Spend Your Tax Return

DETERMINING YOUR REALISTIC NET WORTH Before we get started on our strategy for maximize the use of our tax returns, let’s get a baseline understanding of net worth. In a nutshell, your net worth is really everything you own of significance (your assets) minus what you owe in debts (your liabilities). Assets include cash and investments, your home and other realContinue reading “5 Lucrative Ways to Spend Your Tax Return”

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 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”