We all spend substantial portions of our lives pursuing money. But when does that end? How much money is enough to leave the rat race forever and actually enjoy life?
Money's influence is unavoidable. It affects our priorities, our self-identities, and how we treat others.
How much money do you need to never work again? I know you've thought about it. But have you ever done the math?
Financial challenges rarely exist in a vacuum. Often, they're directly caused – or at least accompanied – by irresponsible behavior. Keep reading as I break down 25 signs of financial irresponsibility to look out for and address as soon as possible.
Some of these hiding places will make you laugh, others are just plain practical, but all will keep your moola safe from grubby hands (at least ones that aren't yours).
Sure, you won't be buying a Lamborghini on minimum wage no matter how well you budget. You can certainly live more comfortably and even start building wealth, though.
Handling money manually is so last year. In this article, I'll show you how to automate your finances for less stress and greater wealth.
We often tell people it only takes $500 per month to become wealthy in the long run. Well, what if you don't have $50 to spare, let alone $500? This article is for you.
Life is all about balance. We're rarely able to focus on just a single priority for very long. The area of personal finance is no exception. In this article, I'll discuss how to pay off debt and save money at the same time without excessively diluting your efforts or jeopardizing your financial future.
The idea of living below your means is often trumpeted as essential for financial success – and justifiably so. Spending far less than you earn shields you from the potentially devastating effects of unexpected expenses and high-interest debt while also allowing you to save and invest.