Category: General Finance
We stress a lot about gift-giving during the holidays. It’s especially more noticeable between couples. It turns out, there is a perfectly logical reason for this – Money Scripts. It’s all about how we grew up, what we learned about money and the experiences that contributed to our money scripts. Understanding this can go a long way in helping us manage this stress.
In this post, I discuss why a taxable brokerage account should be a part of your investment/saving strategy. By the end of the post, you’ll know the answer to questions like – what is it, what are some of the benefits of the account, things to watch out for with the account. Finally I discuss the special use case for foreign-born nationals.
Babies are a real source of joy, but they also cost a lot of money. The average cost of raising a child today until age 17 is $233,612. Lets talk about how to manage new baby costs (initial) without going bankrupt.
It does not matter how or when you got here; this country has a lot of financial opportunities for you. To make the most of this opportunity avoid these 10 Financial Mistakes.
To round out the Financial Literacy Month – here are my top lessons from the “Millionaire Next Door.” Anybody can apply these lessons to their lives.
April is financial literacy month – it’s a great time to teach kids how money works. One method is to use the “cost sharing plan”. This is how my parents used the plan with us, and considering that I’m using it with my kids today, I have to admit it worked!