I spend a lot of time thinking about financial advice.But even though my days right now are focused on things like my house emergency fund, I still often think about financial advice for new grads—specifically, the financial advice I wish I had received back then.
Learning about money in real life can be intimidating. Where do you go? Do you have to wear a suit? What if they think you know more than you do?! Here’s how to learn about money without ever having to leave the house.
2017 was a year of hustle, and because that was my focus, it got done. This year is all about finding a balance, especially because last year, I burnt out hard. This is how I’m coming back from it.
The holiday season is about giving, but did you know that it can be an especially great time to donate money to your fave charities? Here is why, and how it might have a great impact on your taxes for the year.
Ever feel like finance just “isn’t for you”? Like maybe it’s for old dudes in suits exclusively? It’s not. Everyone deserves to feel confident about their money, and luckily, it’s easier than ever to get started.
There is sooooo much talk about joint accounts between couples—but trust me, you don’t actually need one. If you want to start sharing a few things with a partner, there’s an easier (and more effective) way to do it.