New Year, New You: 3 Steps Toward Getting your Finances in Order

Whether you want to build a budget, tackle debt, or start investing to build wealth, developing a plan can help you reach those goals. Let’s explore some tips and tricks to make this happen!

How to Tackle High-Interest Debt in 2023

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An Easy Way to Stick with Your New Year’s Resolutions

It’s that time of year again. Time to start thinking about New Year’s Resolutions.

200 years of Market Returns

Another year is almost in the books! See how stock market returns have stacked up dating back nearly 200 years.

Do you believe in Santa Claus (Rallies)?

Ho-Ho-Ho-Hold on to those investments. If you’re invested in stocks, you may have a present coming your way! That’s right. A (short) stock market rally could be on the horizon. We’re talking, of course, about the “Santa Claus Rally!”

What is debt consolidation?

Debt consolidation is the process of taking out a new loan to pay off multiple outstanding debts. As personal loans tend to carry lower rates than credit cards, consolidating debt not only simplifies your various obligations with a single payment…

Designating a Beneficiary for your Investment Account

When it comes to your investments, planning ahead is vital. Here are the basics of why beneficiaries are critical for building and maintaining financial security for you and your family.

Two Words That Can Boost Your Credit Score

Looking to purchase a home or maybe a new car? Unless you intend to pay for these big-ticket items in cash, you’re likely going to need a good credit score.

Three Reasons to Consider Debt Consolidation

Before you start investing, you may want to consider paying off high-interest rate debt (i.e.: credit cards). One way to do this faster is debt consolidation.

The Price of Procrastination

Read our story about twin sisters Millie and Hope. Millie invested $500/month and retired with more than Hope who invested $1500/month. How did she do it?

The Million Dollar Mercedes

The Million Dollar Mercedes

Want to free up some money to begin investing? Look no further than your monthly car payment. This simple thought experiment could provide the roadmap you need to get behind the wheel of a million-dollar portfolio.

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