While the term “Gig Economy” is often vaguely defined (it depends on who is included in the definition), the Bureau of Labor Statistics describes it as a workforce characterized by “single project(s) or task(s) for which a worker is hired, often through a digital marketplace, to work on demand.” Broadly speaking, Gig workers are individuals…
Most people underestimate just how close to injury they can be at any given time. Some go to great lengths to eat healthy and exercise on a daily basis, only to slip and fall on their way home and end up out of work for weeks, or even months, as a result. Others regularly participate…
What is a financial detox, and is a detox different than a cleanse? What about a diet? A financial detox practice will provide the tools and insights to maintain financial well-being and overall saving goals.
Did you know 65 percent of Americans lose sleep over financial stress? More specifically, Americans lost sleep over the cost of healthcare more than any other financial stress. That’s a significant increase from the previous year. Here is why
How soon should you talk about money with your kids? When it’s the right time to teach your kids financial literacy? Where should you start? We explore that and more
How much raising a child costs? According to The U.S. Department of Agriculture $233,610 from birth through age 17. Here we share five ways to decrease the cost of raising a child.
Did you know that Americans spend almost 40 percent more on their credit cards in December than any other month? Do you have a budget or even a plan on how to manage your holidays spending? Here are seven tips to help you.
Financial concepts can be confusing to teach and learn about. School’s typically do not take the responsibility of teaching kids about them, and the task if left up to the parents. Whether you’re the student or the teacher in this situation, here are three financial concepts worth knowing about.
To create wealth is not evil. Money is a medium for transaction. Wealth creation allows you the freedom and capability to help those in need, whether they are family or those less fortunate.
A great way to further your personal finance learning is to read books about it. Today, we share five books to help further your finance and investing knowledge.