• The 15 Best Financial Books for Beginners

    Personal finance is not rocket science. However, it’s an intimidating topic for many of us. Rarely are the principles of personal finance covered in K-12 education. So, if you didn’t learn it from your parents, then it’s up to you…

  • 45 Creative Ways to Save Money

    Most articles on this topic include options that require you to spend more money. That’s not the point of saving. Buying a fuel efficient car just to save gas money? Replacing all your kitchen appliances with energy efficiency options even…

  • What is Value Averaging?

    Value averaging is an investment strategy that helps you grow your investments by meeting periodic targets. How exactly? By using a fancy formula that keeps you on something called a value path – more on that later. In a nutshell,…

  • 2020 Gift Guide: 20 Gifts for Finance Geeks

    Personal finance geeks can be particularly difficult to shop for. With a heart that seeks value and a brain that is constantly performing cost-benefit analyses, us finance geeks can be tricky to please. So, whether you’re a self-proclaimed personal finance…

  • The Best Net Worth Apps

    Short on time? Here’s a quick list of the best net worth apps: The winner: Personal Capital Runner ups: Mint and NerdWallet’s Finance Tracker Honorable mention: YNAB (You Need a Budget) There are a lot of important numbers you need…

  • The Truth About Investment Risk

    What is risk? Risk is the possibility of loss, injury, or negative outcome. We all face a degree of risk every single day. Every time you get into a car you are making a decision with an element of risk.…

  • 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…