It’s no secret that investing can be complicated. So, when something comes along that both demystifies and simplifies it, as well as making it financially accessible to nearly everyone, people tend to get pretty excited. That’s why there’s been a lot of hype about M1 Finance – a completely free investing robo-advisor brokerage hybrid. The truth is, brokerage house websites are clunky, difficult to navigate and use, and move slowly
For most of us, our home will be one of the biggest purchases we make in our lifetime. And your home will often account for a significant percentage of your overall net worth. That's why finding the best homeowners insurance policy is so critical. No one wants to think that we'll be the unfortunate person whose home burns down or withstands massive flooding damage. But the truth is that none
In 2019, the average monthly cable bill in America was a whopping $217.00 per month. You don't have to be a financial whiz to do the math and realize this equals more than $2,600 a year. This is a huge amount of money to spend just to flip through channels, browsing for something to watch. Why not make the switch to cable alternatives instead? This high cost (and it just
A couple of centuries ago, Benjamin Franklin told the world that there are only two certainties in life: death and taxes. All these years later, he's still right. When we're talking about the path to FI, we know that we need to be prepared for both. We talk a lot about taxes when we discuss FI, but what about death? No one really likes to think about dying. However, if
According to the most recent statistics, the average Bachelor's degree recipient will leave college with nearly $30,000 in student debt. But that figure doesn't include parent debt. Among parents who borrowed to help pay for their child's education, the average debt load was over $37,000. And that's per Bachelor's degree graduate, so parents with multiple college-attending kids could end up with much higher debt loads. Taking the road less traveled
Grocery shopping–some people love it, some people hate it; either way, it's something we all need to do. And these days when you can't leave your house, it's important to have a way to get your groceries that doesn't require putting yourself in danger. Here are the best places to buy groceries online, plus I'll discuss if it's really cheaper than going to the store yourself. Table Of Contents Why
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