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...
5 Reasons You Need to Open an IRA…Immediately

5 Reasons You Need to Open an IRA…Immediately

Whether you open a traditional IRA or a Roth IRA, there are great benefits to either. It’s a personal decision on which type you’d want to open and depends on your personal financial situation, but saving for retirement is a must. If you’re young, it probably doesn’t...
How to Make Your Budget Work for the Holidays

How to Make Your Budget Work for the Holidays

No matter what time of year it is, it can be incredibly difficult to craft a budget and stick to it. However, the holidays may be the most challenging time of the year when it comes to making your budget work. There are plenty of sales and discounts at all your...
6 Important Tax Facts for Millennials

6 Important Tax Facts for Millennials

Paying taxes is essential for everyone and it’s something you’ll have to do once you become an adult. However, one of the most uninformed groups on taxes is millennials; they may not be aware of some crucial facts and tips that could help them. Unless parents educate...