If you’ve ever listened to those fancy financial guru’s discuss investing, you’ve heard the advice about having a well diversified investment portfolio. Of course very few American’s are actually investing to implement this strategy. But the idea behind it is solid financial advice. It basically means, don’t invest all of your money in one thing.
As my good friend Benjamin Franklin once said, “Our new Constitution is now established, and has an appearance that promises permanency; but in this world nothing can be said to be certain, except death and taxes.” We’re rapidly approaching April 15 and tax time is upon us. Nope, this isn’t a life insurance post. Although
I think it’s important that we take a look at money and how it works and that we learn tips and tools and tricks to get better. But ultimately there is a reason you want to get better with your money. There is a passion you have. A hope… A dream. There’s something awesome that
You may have seen the 52 Week Savings Plan floating around the internet over the past few weeks. It’s a plan that makes an appearance around December each year in hopes of encouraging you to save some money over the new year. The idea is that you save $1 on week one, $2 on week