A few weeks ago I discovered a new podcast called, ‘The Planner and the Geek’. In one of their episodes, they mentioned that April was Financial Literacy Month. I had no idea there was a month dedicated to financial literacy … Continue reading April is Financial Literacy Month
A friend of mine and I go on and off on when exactly is the right time invest. Do I buy stocks? ETF’s? index funds? We seem to just talk about it, but never exactly make that move. For starters, … Continue reading Opinion: Is it the right time to invest?
Infidelity can wreck a marriage, but so can financial infidelity. Imagine this, you are reconciling your credit cards, bank accounts and all transactions at the end of the month and you begin to see payments you don’t recognize…$500 at Nordstrom, … Continue reading Opinion: Financial infidelity
I was prompted to write this post a few weeks back when I was talking to Alex about our financial plan and we got to talking about what we considered being “wealthy” was. Funny enough what Alex consider’s wealthy and … Continue reading Opinion: Wealth is not about money and possessions
Recently, I was talking to my husband about my upcoming promotion and I asked for his advice on salary negotiations. I told him my predecessor made significantly more money than they were going to offer me and that I was … Continue reading Opinion: Be Bold, Negotiate Your Salary
Ah, the age-old questions that has been ruining relationships since the dawn of time, who picks up the tab when you go on a date? Now, before I continue with this riveting topic, I want to make clear that this … Continue reading Opinion: Your Date Doesn’t Always Have to Pick Up the Tab
You may want to serve yourself a glass of wine for this one…Lately, I’ve been speaking to many of my millennial friends who are engaged, married, or see themselves marrying their boyfriend/girlfriend and we have talked about their personal financial … Continue reading Opinion: You Should Have Joint Goals And Joint Bank Accounts