• How to Quit Hemorrhaging Money

    Hemorrhaging money, bleeding money, wiping out your bank account. Whatever you want to call it, you’ve realized that you’ve been overspending…a lot. Now, what can you do about it? Hemorrhaging money happens for a variety of reasons Pressure from friends…

  • Managing DINK (Dual Income No Kids) Finances

    Move over Yuppie, there’s a new acronym vying for the spotlight. In case you forgot, Yuppie is in fact a slang term that stands for young upwardly mobile professional or young urban professional. However, it certainly wasn’t the first acronym…

  • 3 Strategies to Avoid Lifestyle Inflation

    Jake is a smart guy and does his best to make good financial decisions. He’s a natural saver, has a great budget, invests consistently for retirement, and has a well-established emergency fund. While Jake doesn’t live high on the hill,…

  • The 5 Bank Accounts Every Adult Should Have

    If you’ve ever felt uncertain about the best way to organize your money and what type of bank accounts you should have, you’re not alone. A 2019 survey found that 62% of Americans don’t understand the basics of banking, including…

  • 6 Important Reasons Why Debt is Bad

    Debt is one of those things that seems like a relatively simple concept. That is, right until you get into all the nitty-gritty details of it. Most of us understand that debt is generally a bad thing. However, there’s also…

  • The Importance of Saving Money

    Let’s be honest. For most of us, spending money is way more fun than saving it. But, the importance of saving money cannot be overstated. So whether or not the habit of saving money comes easy to you, it’s helpful…

  • How to invest in a recession

    The National Bureau of Economic Research (NBER) announced that the United States officially entered a recession in February 2020. The economic peak in February 2020 came after the longest period of expansion in US history – a period which lasted…