remote work

Today’s world has an increasing number of remote workers. People can hold video conferences with colleagues in other countries or collaboratively edit a shared document regardless of location. However, things seemingly get trickier when someone needs a secure way to send finance information as a remote worker. For example, an entrepreneur applying for a loan […]

eat healthy

Keeping our priorities straight is a challenge, but it’s essential to prioritize your health. Without a healthy body, everything you’re working for doesn’t mean much. Finances and health are nearly impossible to separate. After all, health care costs money, and making money is a lot simpler when you’re healthy. You may be thinking you just […]

It’s long been a question posed in personal finance circles, with plenty of disagreement. What’s more important: growing your income, or saving more money? Earning more or saving more? Some experts will vehemently state that you must focus on earning more, because that’s limitless. Frugality will only get you so far. They’re right.  Others will […]

retirement gifts

While my parents were always able to make ends meet, there wasn’t much leftover. That meant that there wasn’t much wiggle room for unnecessary spending. However, I didn’t realize that that also meant that my parents weren’t prepared for retirement. While they do get Social Security and a small pension, money is tight for them. […]

education-money

Everyone wants to get the best education possible, but is saving money on a college degree really possible? Of course it is! As with most purchases, there’s a low end of the price range for a college degree and a high end. Don’t make the mistake of assuming you have to sign your whole life […]

functions of your money

Barrett Strong once sang, “Now, give me money (That’s what I want).” Donna Summer proclaimed that we work hard for money and the Beatles believed it couldn’t buy love. Pink Floyd, so they say, consider money the root of all evil today. According to Biggie, the more money we come across, the more problems we […]

eCheck

Ah, new money. But should you invest your stimulus check, or not? For many Americans, January 1st, 2021 started with an extra $600. For everyone else, the stimulus money has slowly but surely been rolling out. The second round of stimulus checks have been issued, and are starting to hit accounts! While it is half […]

retirement planning

I was swept under a wave of anxiety when I came across the MarketWatch headline. “Half of Americans over 55 may retire poor.” Will I be broke when I retire? That would be a drag. But, I’m young enough to not make this a reality. Then, I got really concerned. What about my parents? They […]

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