Guestpost by Cora Gold Your 20s are when it all happens: graduate college, nab your first grown-up job, get married if you choose, move into a house, and take on whatever exciting opportunities land in your lap. Whatever your life’s path is, it’s essential to learn how to manage your money well and plan for … More How to Be Strict With Budgeting (While Still Having Fun) in Your 20s
Guestpost by Rahil from Sheppard Most of us are maturing into adults while we are in our early twenties. While it is wonderful to be growing, it is also the period when many of us join the job market with the awareness that we must work hard and earn good money in order to pay … More How To Start Investing In Your 20s, 30s
Guestpost and Infographic by Busykids The Money mindset is formed in the early years, and as we discussed with Dee even 2,5-year-old kids pick up adult habits and copy their framework. Financial literacy starts at a young age and money stories (abundance vs. scarcity mindset) are being written already by the time your kid turns 7. … More Teaching Your Children Good Money Habits While They’re Young (Infographic)
Specific and Actionable Money Tips You Can Start Implementing Today! Guestpost by Sophia from Experlu Your 20s are the best and the most challenging time to develop sound money habits. You are starting your adult life and start making money but somehow it remains difficult to know how to manage that for the best. Sophia … More Under 30? Here are 10 Financial Tips to Help You Master The Basics of Personal Finance
“Who is Going to Care More About Your Money Than You?” In today’s episode, we will speak to my friend Ilona from The Money Memories Podcast. Ilona’s cool podcast is about having her guests share their impactful money memories and reflect on them. We met through a personal finance Facebook group and after we chatted, … More Exploring Money Memories: From Bear to Bull with Ilona
Dimitry is a Chartered Financial Consultant and has helped hundreds of families with setting their finances straight.
He will guide us through the right order of organizing our finances, why this approach makes sense compared to some other common advice. We will talk about one of the major mind shift Dimitry has observed with his clients thanks to his program and we will end up with his compelling story on why he became a financial consultant. The interview is great fun and Dimitry shares some great examples to help us digest every key aspect of managing our money. … More The Best Way to Organize Your Finances in The Right Order with Dimitry
If you are new to the personal finance world and you want to take control of your finances, a fantastic and rather cheap way to get started is to read books about personal finance and money.
Most personal finance books are written in simple language and do not require an advanced Ph.D. in econometrics. The most influential personal finance books I have read and heard about are accessible to anyone. And with a couple of friends, we came up with this list of 10 accessible books we warmly recommend for any Personal Finance newbies. … More 10 Life-Changing Personal Finance Books For Beginners
Today, we will talk about the b-word.
Bonds! (What were you thinking?)
Let’s banter about the beautiful, bountiful, brilliant world of bonds! Alliterations are fun. Bonds may get a bad rap for being boring and basic, but they are certainly beneficial for a balanced portfolio.
My friend Liz will help us understand the basics of bonds: What they are and how they work, how they differ from stocks, what the risks are, etc.
… More Bond Basics for Beginners
With the recent murder of George Floyd and the current protests happening in the US, I wanted to share some thoughts around racial inequality on the Podcast as well. I got connected with Jason Hines, Jason is no expert on these thematics but he is nevertheless deeply motivated to share his thoughts as well and to raise awareness on the issue. … More A Deeper Look at Racial Inequality in America and Personal Finance with Jason
In today’s episode, we will speak to a repeat guest: Leanna Haakons from Young, Fun and Financially Free. This time we will talk about several topics: How Millenials approach personal finance, the struggle for personal finance content creators on social media, the importance of investing in equities (or stocks) especially at a young age, we will then move on to a short discussion on the streaming wars and finally, we will discuss some interesting passage of her book Young, Fun and Financially Free. This episode is for you if you are from the “millennial generation” and want to get started with your finances and it is as well for you if you are interested in entering the stock markets but have not taken that first step just yet. You will enjoy it, believe me! … More Why millennials should invest in the stock markets and how to become financially free with Leanna