Lifestyle inflation comes for us all, just like taxes and death. Fortunately, you can avoid this one without getting locked up or becoming immortal. Continue reading
Being new parents can be overwhelming, but with these money tips, you’ll be ahead of the game, financially speaking.
When I was pregnant with my twins last year, I decided that I would be a minimalist parent. I didn’t like all of the toys that blinked or made noise. I just wanted my twins to be imaginative and play with classic toys (or the measuring cups from the kitchen!). I learned to quit buying all that baby gear, and you can too using these tips.
We’ve all heard the refrain, “fake it till you make it.” If you’re anything like me and millions of other millennials out there, you aren’t really close to making it yet. You’re probably underpaid, just staying on top of your bills each month and trying to have a good time. Continue reading
Loads of new concepts have become trendy in the past few years: CrossFit, bright pants, Katy Perry documentaries.
The wisdom of some of these trends is questionable. (Orange jeans? Really?) But the explosion in popularity of index funds and exchange-traded funds is definitely one of society’s better moves. Continue reading
“Assets decline in value until they reach the hands of their true owners.” — Anon.
Quick, answer this question: If you buy a share of a stock for $1 and sell it a year later for $1.20, what is your percentage gain? Continue reading