It’s perfectly O.K. to be nervous or maybe even scared that you’ll do exactly the wrong thing with your big bonus, inheritance or tax refund. But take a deep breath. It’s actually not that complicated.
Whether you’re looking to earn extra income or explore the possibility of starting your own business, a side hustle is a great place to start. Listen to this podcast for your guide to finding your side hustle and making it work.
Setting smaller, more immediate goals can have a big impact on your long-term plans. So, think about where you want to be or what you want to be doing in five years, and start working toward those goals now.
Whether you’re pulling your hair out because you can’t seem to save enough money for your emergency fund or you’re having a hard time dealing with your significant other’s spending habits, various types of money anxiety can be triggered by what one expert labels as “thinking traps.”
There are plenty of tips and tricks out there to help you improve your savings habits, from creating a budget to setting up automatic transfers from your checking account after every paycheck.
But researchers from the Stanford Graduate School of Business have a new one for you: Embrace the power trip.
Your need for life insurance changes with the stages of your life, starting with no need when you're young, progressing to greater and greater need as you take on more and more responsibility, and finally beginning to diminish as you grow older.
Does it feel like even when more money is coming in, a big chunk of it is going out? Upping your spending along with your salary is tempting, but keeping lifestyle creep in check is the key to staying on track with your savings goals. Learn what you can do.
When your child is planning a wedding, it’s easy to get swept up in the excitement and to want to contribute all you can. Here’s how to balance chipping in for the big day with your other savings goals so you don’t get off track.