Buying Your First Stock

There seems to be a series of steps that every new investor goes through when they first start. First, they see the amount of money that they could make in the stock market and they decide they want to try their luck to see if they can achieve good results. Second, they sign up or … Continue reading Buying Your First Stock

Beginner’s Guide to Investing

A few months ago, while I was busy attempting to survive a workout without the promise of donuts afterward, I had been talking to my brother about investing. I asked him about what he was doing, who he was using for his retirement savings, and generally attempting to strike up conversation on our two different … Continue reading Beginner’s Guide to Investing

5 Steadfast Tips for Budgeting

Ever felt like Luke in Star Wars, "The Empire Strikes Back" when you discovered how much money you’d spent at the end of the month? No, no, that’s not true! That’s impossible! Oh, but it is! We’ve been there too. In fact, the first month following the birth of our son was one of the … Continue reading 5 Steadfast Tips for Budgeting

Renting vs Buying

Are you thinking of buying a home? Are you currently renting your living space and wondering whether it would be more beneficial to own the space you’re in? Are you wondering when Space Force will be accepting applications so you can figure out what your housing allowance will be on Mars? If you ever asked … Continue reading Renting vs Buying

How to Get Out of Debt

Warren Buffett, the infamous billionaire chairman and CEO of Berkshire Hathaway has a famous quote: “When the tide goes out, you can tell who was skinnydipping.” It’s a quote that’s used to express the fact that when times get tough, you can tell who was least prepared. And while it can mean one thing to … Continue reading How to Get Out of Debt

3 Insane Habits Cost You $7,800/Yr

I’m going to be honest with you; you’ve got a problem. And I’m not talking about your social issue of thinking it’s acceptable to nuke salmon in the workplace microwave. For that one, your co-workers will eventually forgive you (but I won’t). I’m talking about a few expensive habits that you’ve let continue for far … Continue reading 3 Insane Habits Cost You $7,800/Yr

Alternatives to Student Loans

Student loans; two of the worst words ever created in the English language. If I were to guess, assuming a poll was ever done for such a thing, they’d be near the top just underneath pyramid schemes and people who choose the seat right next to you in an empty movie theatre. They’re bad. Astronomically … Continue reading Alternatives to Student Loans