In today's digital world, anything and everything is controlled by an app. That includes investing–and there are enough of them available that it can be hard to separate the best investing apps from all the rest. To pick the one that's best for you, you'll want to consider how much control you want to have over your investments, how automated each app's process is, and how much knowledge you yourself
Why am I doing a 6-month Health Challenge? I have always loved the idea of quickly and aggressively getting into shape from where ever you are. Ideally once you are in shape, you would just stay there and maintain it – I have struggled with this and found this much more difficult as I change seasons (Fall, Winter etc) and seasons of life. Between the birth of my 2nd child
If you're looking for an efficient account to save for you or your child's college education, it's hard to beat a 529 college savings plan. These plans offer unique tax advantages and they're more flexible than other college savings tools. But while a good portion of the general public understands how retirement accounts work, the average person may have little experience or familiarity with 529 college savings plans. How do
With so many banks out there, it can be hard to find the one that has the most benefit for you and your money. Axos Bank may not be on your radar now, but it should be. Our Axos Bank review offers a critical looking at banking with this online-only institution. Table Of Contents Is Axos Bank Legit Two Main Checking Account Options How Do Axos Bank Checking Accounts Compare
Personal Capital is definitely still my favorite net worth tracker by far. I love it for its incredibly intuitive interface, the fact that it allows you to aggregate all the different accounts that you have, and because it's absolutely free! If you take some time to think about it, you may realize just how spread out your investments really are. Maybe you have a 401(k) with your employer and a
When you get down to it, there are two ways to accumulate more wealth. One is by spending less money and the other is by earning more money. We think that most people should consider starting with spending less. In a recent video, Jonathan outlined five benefits of spending less as your first step rather than trying to earn more money. As a bonus, he also highlighted five ways that
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