Smart spending is the key to striking a balance between our financial independence and a thriving economy. For those ready to try a new technique to find that balance, a minimalist lifestyle is worth considering.
From that cute outfit that catches your eye to the special bottle your co-worker swears by, you’ll undeniably feel the pull to buy, buy, buy so you can be as prepared as possible when your little one makes his debut.
Retiring in your 50s, 40s, or even earlier might sound like a pipe dream, but it could become your reality. Here are four steps to take if you want to retire early.
Changing your spending habits is one of the quickest ways to stretch your money. Without bad habits draining your finances, you will save more, spend wisely, and accumulate the cash you need to pursue your financial goals.
Getting into the White House was the first step, but President Biden’s proposed 401(k) changes must still be considered and approved through the legislative and regulatory processes before the changes could become law. This could take a while.
Don’t dent your net worth by falling prey to these costly (and fleeting) trends. Save big by saying no to these costly millennial trends.
You might be surprised to learn that shopping and consuming in this way will not only positively impact society and leave a smaller environmental footprint, but it can also save you money.
Sticking to a realistic budget can significantly increase your financial security while chipping away at debt and building wealth.
While it might be some thirty years or more before many millennials hit that golden age of 65, like anyone, the generation should still be focused on saving for retirement today.
As we wrap up the fourth quarter of 2020, it is a great time to start thinking about year-end financial planning.