There are so many car insurance companies and options that choosing the right one can be overwhelming. I want to make sure you know your options and can pick the best one for you. There is a lot of information, but I promise it is worth it! Read this blog for some of the the basics (you and your bank account can thank me later).Read More
In the United States, the age of 26 is when you can no longer be covered by your parent’s health insurance. I remember this day vividly. I want to ensure that you are fully aware of all things related to health insurance and how to select the best coverage for you, so read this article for some basics!Read More
I hear this question a lot and want to clear up any confusion on the topic. Home is where the heart is and where all your prized possessions are, so it’s really important to protect it! Whether you own your home, are considering purchasing, or currently renting, you need to insure your space. Read this article for answers to the most frequently asked questions about homeowners insurance.Read More
Financial infidelity correlates to lower marital and life satisfaction and, in the most extreme cases, could ruin your finances. Financial infidelity is so damaging because it can wreck your credit score, wipe out savings or college funds, prevent you from reaching financial goals, destroy trust in your relationship, and much more. Let’s dive deeper into what it means to be financially unfaithful.
Have you ever fought with your partner over whether or not to lend money to loved ones? We have all heard the horror stories about someone lending money to a family member or friend and how it all went horribly wrong.Read More
When should you talk about finances in a relationship? As soon as possible.
OK, maybe not on the first date but you don’t want to wait until you’re already emotionally involved with a person to find out you’re not financially compatible.Read More
You and your date have had a great night of dinner, drinks, and discussion. The night is winding down as the bill is brought to the table. Questions begin to flood your mind: Do I offer to split the bill? Should he pay the entire bill?Read More
With the new Tax Cuts and Jobs Act (TCJA) of 2017 in effect for 2018, many people are asking, “Will I be able to deduct a Home Equity Line of Credit (HELOC) this year?Read More
As the 2019 tax deadline approaches, many taxpayers will feel the impact of the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act of 2017 for the first time.Read More
The tax reform bill, formally known as the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act of 2017, affects the taxes of Americans for the 2018 tax year. Some of you may have noticed more money in your paychecks as a result of it. How else will this bill impact you?Read More
In Part 1 of ‘Six Ways to Obtain a Money Mindset' I gave you three steps to help you develop a money mindset. Part 2 will cover three additional steps to help you conquer your money mentality.Read More
Your money mindset is the feelings and thoughts you subconsciously develop towards money from your life experiences.Read More
Businesses are attempting to alleviate some of the hardship for the 800,000 federal workers who are not receiving pay during the government shutdown.Read More
I cannot stress how important it is to obtain a money mindset. People often want to skip this step but will NEVER achieve financial independence if they do not embrace this concept. As ambitious career women climbing the corporate ladder, we have a plan for our career goals.Read More
In April 2017, I made it my goal to be debt free (except for my mortgage). I was no longer okay with the unbearable burden and anxiety that debt brings. I wanted to know that if I were laid off I would be okay and not have to worry about falling behind on my mortgage and other bills. I wanted my money to work for me instead of always working for my money.Read More