Pay off school loans or buy a house? Both can be equally good financial decisions, which makes it REALLY hard to decide which way to go. This post originally appeared in The Money Mix.
We all know that paying off debt is good for your financial health, but it’s good for your mental health too. Here’s how you can harness the positive emotions from debt relief in the most effective way. This post was originally published on The Money Mix.
The offers seem enticing. “Sign up and receive up to 40,000 bonus points! Act fast!” But credit card signup bonuses are a fast and fleeting reward that aren’t worth the dangers. Here’s why chasing that bonus just doesn’t make sense.
As I say quite frequently, my time is the most precious asset I have. There’s no point working a job that doesn’t reward you adequately for the time you put in. Check out these incredible, time efficient, side hustle ideas to make the most of YOUR time. This post was originally published on The Money Mix.
Last week I looked into the two worst work from home jobs I ever had. This week, I am going to tell you the inside story behind my (budding) success with RFG, my ups and downs, and plans for the future. Note: this post was written by me and originally published on The Money Mix.
Online jobs are awesome. I want to make my own hours, and work in my socks if I want to. I’ve tried a few, but they never had the leverage and earnings that made it worth my time.
For many people, the first thing that comes to mind when you hear the word estate is a fancy house with land in another country. But an estate is just a fancy name for all the property and assets you own or control. It’s best to have a plan for what happens to all of that.
NSOs (non-qualified stock options) vest over time, giving you the ability to purchase shares at a discounted rate and participate in the (potential) rise of your employers stock. Unlike ISOs, they are not tax advantaged.
Earning a six-figure salary can make building wealth easier, but it’s not a magic solution for your financial woes. Earning a high income is only one part of the equation. If you want to be financially secure, you need to make your money work for you. This post originally appeared on The Money Mix.
Who wants to spend their entire life toiling behind a desk in a starched shirt and dress shoes? The dream of the work from home job is alive and well in 2019, and these are the best ones for you to look into. This article was originally published on The Money Mix.
Even some of the most intelligent and successful people struggle with money. Here’s how you can dig yourself out of the cycle.
It takes a big pot of money to retire early. And if you want to have a nice lifestyle as well, it takes millions to safely retire early. But, if you are smart about your taxes, you can reduce those numbers significantly. Here's the smartest ways to keep your income taxes low for FIRE.
Mortgage recasting lets you pay down your mortgage and secure a lower monthly payment. But, when does it make sense to refinance instead?
You have a great job and make a good income. You've paid off your student loans and credit card debt. Now you’re ready to save and invest. But you’re not sure how to invest your money. I have good news.
Most resume mistakes are easy to avoid, and if you can avoid the worst ones, you can significantly improve your resume, your job, and your earnings.
Mortgage recasting is a little known but useful trick that allows you to pay down your mortgage balance and secure a lower monthly payment while keeping your original loan and rate. Read on to see when mortgage recasting makes the most sense.
There are hundreds of different suggestions for how much you should spend on a car, but they all share one common fault: they assume we are all the same! Use this interactive calculator to type in your situation and preferences and see how much you could spend on a car.
You have your appraisal back, finally. But… uh… how do you read it. And what are all these Q’s and C’s?