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Half the year is already gone, but there is still time for you to reach all of your goals. In this “Mini Podcast”, check out Dominique’s quick tips to finally reach your goals.
What would you do if you could make money when you wanted and not feel like you were stuck in something? For so many people the goal of controlling their time and income is a dream that often seems out of reach.
Here’s how to pay down the debt, set smart money goals, and find a budget that works for your life, from Ellevest.
If you work as a contractor or freelancer, you’re a part of the gig economy, and you may be required to pay the IRS the self-employment tax.
Last summer I did something I have never done before, I took the summer off with my kids. A back packer in my previous life (e.g. pre-kids and pre-career) I traveled solo through SE Asia. While, my days of hostels and packed buses are long behind me, this summer taught me an amazing lesson. Traveling solo with kids is not only possible for parents but the rewards are many! The best part—if you travel to places where the cost of living is low and you play the airline card game, you can do so for less than the cost of many kid’s summer camps.
As we approach the end of the year, there is no better time to evaluate the progress you have made towards your savings goals, set some new ones for the upcoming year, and see if there aren’t a few specific ways you can still save some money before the year is over.
The holidays are quickly approaching, and with the glitter and glam can come stress, anxiety, and impulse. As Benjamin Franklin said, “Failing to plan is planning to fail.” Consider using some of these tips to keep from being overwhelmed, overworked, and overspent!
When it comes to investing, there are quite a few things you have to consider. How much money can you afford to invest, do you want to invest one time, weekly, monthly? Should you buy stocks, bonds, mutual funds, ETF’s? Do you need a financial advisor or can you do it yourself?
Budgeting can be a tedious task, but if it can get you to a million dollar net worth status would you still not do it?
Knowing the ins and outs of her money made all the difference for April Stewart, an engineer with a passion for personal finance. Driven by financial freedom from debts and mortgage that binded her since the age of 22, April Stewart hit a million dollar net worth by the age of 38!
On this episode, April will share how she’s been able to her achieve her financial goals with budgeting, discipline, consistency and being focus.