5 Ways to Teach Children About Financial Literacy

5 Ways to Teach Children About Financial Literacy

In my recent blog post, I highlighted the importance of teaching students financial literacy. Schools should focus on these goals, but it’s also important for parents to educate their children at home. Maybe you don’t have extensive financial knowledge, but it’s never...
6 Money Goals for Before You’re 30

6 Money Goals for Before You’re 30

A big part of graduating college and finding your first job is becoming financially independent. If you’ve completely relied on your parents up until this point and have never lived by yourself and been responsible for all of your living expenses, this change can be...
6 Tips for Managing Unexpected Wealth

6 Tips for Managing Unexpected Wealth

No matter who you are, there’s a chance you could end up with an sudden, unexpected amount of money. You may inherit real estate or money from a deceased relative, you could win the lottery, or you could make an investment that really pays off. It might seem...
Stock Check- Does Your Stock Pass The Test

Stock Check- Does Your Stock Pass The Test

When it comes to investing in stocks, there are many factors to consider. First, you have to be aware that this is your money that you are investing so this is a leap of faith that can either reap great benefits or be a grave mistake. You also want to take into...
Best Way to Invest in Commodities

Best Way to Invest in Commodities

When you think of investing what typically comes to mind? Stocks. Bonds. What about commodities? A commodity is a raw material or a primary agricultural product that can be bought and sold. Commodities can also be used as a significant way to diversify your portfolio...