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5 Money Mistakes Hurting Your Net Worth

We measure ourselves against our peers, probably in more ways than we can count. However comparing each other financially seems to stick out among the rest, whether it be cars, houses, vacations, you name it.

It’s unbelievably easy to make one’s life look amazing through the power of social media, and it can really create a distorted reality for young folks such as us to chase. Continue reading “5 Money Mistakes Hurting Your Net Worth”

Investments 101: The Basics For Millennials

baby-sitting-holding-money-shockedFor a large majority of us, we were never really taught the basics of saving and investing our money. If you’re anything like the large majority of us who are now paying student loan debt, or any other kind of loan debt – I get it.  Continue reading “Investments 101: The Basics For Millennials”

Baby Steps For Young Investors: Mutual Funds and ETFs

Starting out as an investor can be overwhelming to say the least and can sometimes almost feel surreal. A majority of people simply store whatever money they have for retirement in a 401k and they neglect to save in different areas to optimize their dividends and capital gains. Continue reading “Baby Steps For Young Investors: Mutual Funds and ETFs”

Should You Invest Or Pay Off Student Loan Debt?

Of all the questions asked, our generation seems to have this question more often than anything else. The funny thing is that most people usually already know or have a strong opinion about what they want to do. Maybe they just want me to prove them wrong? Continue reading “Should You Invest Or Pay Off Student Loan Debt?”

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