This is a sponsored post by TurboTax, however, all opinions are my own and I have been a TurboTax user since college! YES! It’s #W2sDay! What does that mean? While most should have already received their W-2 from their employer, January 31st is the deadline for...read more
You may have seen articles about mistakes investors make. But surprise: Those are men’s biggest mistakes. The biggest investing mistakes women make, says Ellevest CEO and Co-Founder Sallie Krawcheck, are very different.read more
A credit report looks at some of your bill paying history, public record information, how often you have applied for credit, and how you have used credit. It shows how much credit you have, how much of your available credit you are using, whether you have made your payments on time, and whether debt collectors have reported that they are attempting to collect debt that you owe.read more
How did you pay for your car?
Were you one of the lucky ones who could handover the exact cold, hard cash in full? Or were you like the 84.5% of drivers who used some type of finance to get their car?read more
Getting paid a steady salary is great, but it’s not a reality for everyone.
We live in a world of freelancers, independent contractors, side hustlers and commission-based jobs. Although this type of work doesn’t offer the same consistent paycheck, there are still ways to budget and save money when you have a fluctuating income.read more
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.read more
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!read more